Myth Busting Monday: Speaking In Colors

Myth: You shouldn’t speak to a person who is blind in terms of color or use words like see, watch, or look at. Truth: We use colors all the time and want to speak that way when in conversation with friends, family, and people we don’t know. We do speak in terms of watching, TV or looking at a museum’s paintings when in a crowd being guided around a museum. Yes, we watch a ballgame see friends who come over to hang out with us.

In this week’s podcast episode, we also look at the reasons why we who are blind do care about colors, making eye contact with others as best we can, and keeping up a good appearance when matching clothes.

So check out the podcast here.

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