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Labeling, Marking, and Organization

A Self-Help Guide for Persons After Vision Loss


Federal Quota Eligible

Catalog Number: 7-08870-00

Format: Large Print

Product Description

This book teaches you to organize with and without labeling, and to create customized marking systems. Vision rehabilitation therapists can use the book as homework for their consumers — and consumers can use this book on their own.

If you are tired of opening apricots instead of tomatoes, wearing your navy shirt with black slacks, or floundering through files when trying to find your utility bill, then Labeling, Marking, and Organization may be the book you need! Written by Lisa-Anne Mowerson, a renowned vision rehabilitation therapist, it contains practice activities in to help you get started on labeling tasks. “Explorers” (fictitious persons who lost vision) are working through the book along with you, to keep you motivated and encouraged!

Helps You:
Identify items without labeling or marking them
Clear out clutter
Organize by using placement systems and organizers
Identify items by using your non-visual senses and your remaining vision
Select the label or mark that will fit the task
Stay in charge of your labeling system

Learn to Label:
Food (frozen, canned, boxed)
Cleaning supplies
Paperwork, credit cards, keys
Medications, personal grooming products
Clothing and accessories
Remotes, DVDs, TVs, stereos
Hobbies, games, crafts

Includes Either:
Large Print Book or Braille Book (3 volumes)

  • Manuals

  • Weight: 2.5 lbs

    Dimensions: 11.2 × 9.75 × 1.6 in

    Federal Quota Funds: Available

    Format: Large Print

    Age: 14 years and up

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