When my sister moved from Ontario to British Columbia, she shipped some of her belongings and drove herself to the destination in Langly. Since it would have been a long and lonely drive I decided to accompany her.
There was only one place we visited that provided their menu in accessible formats for people with visual impairment; The Water Tower Inn in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. I alwasy ask for a large print version and I'm very happy that some places now provide them.
Along the way I delivered checkered eye information and was delighted whenever I met someone who already knew about the new symbol for low vision. I handed out lots of my bsuness card size "booster cards" and put up some posters.
Here are a few photos of places where I was able to put up our new poster.
Next month I'll tell you about the plane ride home...
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