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Outings for Profoundly Disabled Blind Adults

Winter outings are especially hard for low functioning adults. Any suggestions?

By Terry G. from Long Island, NY


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January 9, 20150 found this helpful

Would your city or neighboring city have tours of things like cheese or chocolate factories? A place where they can use their other senses seems like a nice way to spend the day. I hope that helps.

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August 2, 20170 found this helpful

Take them anywhere. Tell them you are taking them to a secret location and they have to figure out where they are. Ice rink, art gallery-- NY is full of them. Let them listen for a period of time. Maybe have some fun little gift for the one who figures it out.

Blind folks still have their other senses like smelling and hearing. So let them enjoy places that smell good and have odd or different noises. Let them explore the world they have available to them. Coffee houses smell wonderful(if you like coffee), playgrounds are full of kids enjoying themselves.

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