A moving and inspirational TED Talk from James Morley-Smith, one of our CHECT supporters, whose son lost his sight after being diagnosed with retinoblastoma.
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Taken from the TED website: After his son lost his sight, design technologist James Morley-Smith observed how he adapted to interact with the world around him, such as learning to play piano, black keys first. This tactic — factoring in immutable limitations — inspired Morley-Smith to approach his design from a new angle by considering impediments first. “It doesn’t matter what is impairing you from reaching your goals,” he says. “Reframe them, and they might just be the advantage you need.”