[CnD] OT: Making your kitchen accessible??

Sheila Rieger zebby at telus.net
Sat Aug 6 02:42:55 GMT 2011

Hello Beverley,
I have been taking eye drops for glaucoma for many years.  I keep the 
drops in the fridge, whether they tell you to or not, because when 
the drop is cold you can feel where it lands, hopefully in the eye, 
and also can count how many land in the correct place when you squee
the bottle.
Hope this helps.
Vancouver, Canada.
At 07:04 PM 8/5/2011, you wrote:
>   I would just love it if someone could come up with a beeping eye 
> dropper. So many times it come up to use 2 drops, etc. and I have 
> no idea how many drops are going anywhere.
>Thanks for asking this question.
>                            Beverly
>From: "cheryl" <cscumings at comcast.net>
>Sent: Thursday, August 04, 2011 3:40 AM
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>Subject: [CnD] OT: Making your kitchen accessible??
>>Moderator approved
>>I am working on a small project and hope you can help.  We have 
>>been asked to gather information on what items in a kitchen people 
>>who are blind would like made accessible.  We are interested in 
>>learning what in the kitchen you would like made accessible and 
>>how- speech, braille,or large print etc.
>>If we can share ideas on this list, I hope after a few weeks to 
>>have a rich collection of information to share.
>>Thanks in advance for your assistance, I look forward to hearing from you.
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