Memphis Airport Improves Travel For The Visually Impaired

Here’s my new look with the Aira.io glasses!  

Aira and Memphis airport have come together as the only airport in the country (and the world), to create an agreement where Aira technology not only is welcomed and supported, the airport pays the subscription time costs while in the airport.

You can read the whole article and view the news report here: Aira.io and Memphis International Airport Join Forces 

This is great news for all the people that are visually impaired that want to use Aira technology in places as they travel. Our hope is that not only air, land and sea travel providers would see the advantage in assisting their visually impaired customers, but other corporations would see this as a way to provide outstanding customer service to their customers as well. #aira.io #assistivetechnology

Blindness Does Not Hold Me Back.


We celebrated National White Cane day on October 15th. Generally, the white cane has become the symbol we use to celebrate our independence and our acceptance that blindness is only a nuisance and characteristic, but not an obstacle in of itself. In reality, both the white cane and guide dog represent the same things. They give us a vehicle to help us travel and function independently in the world. 

Sighted people have their own mechanisms to “help them” although they do not acknowledge them as devices of reasonable accommodation and help. Just challenge a sighted person to travel around a building at night with no available light and see how well they do. The electric light invented by Thomas Edison and others is nothing but a reasonable accommodation for light dependent people.  Continue reading