Monthly Archives: December 2018

The technology makes life easier for the blind

For the blind, self-care is very important. Real life is not so optimistic. However, the rapid development of science and technology not only brings about the improvement of the quality of life for normal people but also brings a more convenient life to the blind.

Eat: a piece of software to cook food

A company in Shenzhen has launched their latest research achievement, the intelligent cooking pot. This product is specially designed for the blind. “Blind friends only need to use smartphones to select dishes, and put the ingredients and spices into the pot once, and wait for ten minutes to enjoy the food.” Originally, in order to facilitate the blind people to cook, the company not only developed a smart pot that “doesn’t touch, doesn’t paste and doesn’t overflow” and can be automatically stir-fried. At the same time, it also developed a matching smart APP (application software) system, as long as the mobile phone is installed with this app, you can control the smart pot to make the food you want. The software collects cooking data and configures the cooking data that has been tested several times according to the properties of the ingredients, which fully guarantees the delicacy of the meals. And big data also includes …

How do we maintain mental health?

There are many newspapers and online articles about taking care of your body and staying healthy. However, it is equally important how you take care of your mental health. For many people, the consequences of improving mental health are more painful and frustrating than physical health. There is also good evidence that your mental health will affect your health, and the reverse is the same. There are so many things that are unsatisfactory in life, and these unsatisfactory things are always unavoidable. If you can’t alleviate these things, it is easy to cause psychological imbalance. If it is serious, it will affect both physically and mentally.

  1. Know yourself, accept yourself, be kind to yourself

Life isn’t perfect, excessive pursuit of perfection will only hurt you. Many people with psychological problems are often very passionate about life. But love is too much, it becomes a demanding perfection, obviously, beyond your own conditions or social common sense, that is morbid, all kinds of annoyances and bad emotions will be born. Including anxiety, this time always feels at a loss for his position in the world, no confidence, no courage, no wisdom, no idea how to decide. Inferiority is the most fundamental cause …

How do we help the blind to live independently?

It has been proven that both normal and visually impaired people may make some blind people dependent. Rickman and Blaylock conducted a survey of the blind in 1983, asking these blind people to point out how normal people treat blind people in order to reduce their dependence.

Respect and encourage the personality, ability, and independence of the blind

Don’t do anything for them because you are more convenient than the blind or doing things quickly. Blind people often don’t need help. Before you help them do something, ask “Do you need me to help?” If the blind person declines your help, don’t feel embarrassed. Caregivers should not be too worried or overprotected by blind people. They also have the right to make mistakes. Like normal people, blind people also have their own personality traits and respect their individuality. We can conduct a corresponding pre-vocational education for the blind, but we need to pay attention to some issues.

  • Pre-service education design and layout principles
  • From childhood, cultivate the confidence, responsibility, and quality of thinking of the blind.
  • Pay attention to the knowledge of life and practicality (not talking or discussing in class).
  • What you learn at school should be practical at home (such as watering, washing dishes,

How can we get along with the blind?

Blindness is a very painful and serious thing for anyone. However, we can see that many blind friends live their lives in their own lives. Even, they made a lot of things that normal people can’t do. Although such things give us the feeling that they are very strong, we also need to pay attention when we get along with them. How do you get along with the blind in life? What are the things to pay attention to when they get along with them?

  • Non-existent psychology

  1. The mercy

Vision disabled people “live in the darkness” The loss of access to environmental information and the loss of effective control of the environment, the inconvenience of visually impaired persons with disabilities, the hardships of life, and job hunting is very difficult. This makes the visually impaired, a socially disadvantaged group, more likely to be pity and concern by other persons. In fact, the compassion for the visually handicapped is to understand, care and help them. But only pity is not enough. People with visual disabilities who are as equal as ordinary people are eager to be respected, understood, cared for and helped. Because the education of the blind, especially the early …

Little knowledge about the life of the blind

Self-care is a very easy thing for a normal person, but it is a bit difficult for the blind. Because blind people can’t see, they will hit things and hurt themselves. If they can’t find what they want, their mood will become irritable. They can’t find the right direction, they will get lost when they go out. There is no way to find a job, and it is a problem to support their own.

Self-care refers to the ability of people to take care of themselves in their lives. It doesn’t just mean dealing with everyday life trivia, such as simply dressing, cooking, eating, etc. It also includes the ability to properly handle interpersonal relationships, to withstand all kinds of stress, and to be able to think and understand independently in learning. The same thing, blind people are much harder to do than normal people. Therefore, as a blind person, if you want to do something well, you should work harder than others to catch up with normal people or surpass normal people. Most of the lives of the blind are based on tactile, auditory and other ancillary tools such as crutches, guide dogs and the like.

  • Congenital blind people