Following the Signs Along my Journey to Braille

“Stop,” “Greenway Trail,” and “Exit,” are examples of signs print readers see on a daily basis. Braille reader Katherine Corbett describes how her mom helped her learn to read by making signs for objects in their home. Read on to find out how she did it.

a. A guide dog in their harness stands facing the left as its owner sits surrounded by other people. The owner has her right hand placed on the dog’s back. This particular image is not that of Chad Nelson or his guide dog Laura. It is an example of what a guide dog looks like with their harness on.

The Seeing Eye Dog Experience, Part II

How much trust would you need to have in your guide dog as you travel? Continue along the journey with Chad Nelson and his Seeing Eye dog, Laura, as their training, and bond, intensifies.