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THERE ARE lots of apps available to help visually impaired people find their way around outdoors, but indoor navigation remains extremely difficult, especially when visiting a new venue. In fact, I’ve got lost inside my own house before now, so you can imagine how disconcerting it is to visit a new place and have no idea of your surroundings.

The simple answer to this is to obtain sighted assistance and to cling to someone’s arm while they take you to wherever you need to go. This remains the easiest and least stressful method of navigation indoors. However, it is not always possible to take a sighted guide and, if truth be told, most visually impaired people would prefer to find their own way around.

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