一份關心一個和諧共融社會 無障礙生活體驗之旅 | Being blind for a day – an ‘eye-opening’ experience

 

            54日,可譽同學參與無障礙生活體驗之旅,了解視障人士的日常生活,學會關懷他人,建立同理心。

            活動當日,參與同學到達香港盲人輔導會,兩位視障人士為同學講解各種輔助設施。在盲人生活體驗活動,同學戴上眼罩,走到街上體驗視障人士的生活,學習領路法技巧。何泳妍同學認為,戴上眼罩,失去光明,生活變得不容易。她學會珍惜所有,明白到關心、幫助視障人士的需要和意義。除此之外,泳妍欣賞視障人士樂觀的生活態度:「兩位視障人士帶領我們在街上行走,我們有說有笑,我感受到他們樂觀的生活態度。他們能夠勇敢地生活,活得像盛放的花,舒展美麗。」

            可譽同學明白到,擁有健全的身體,是一種福份。同學希望將來能貢獻社會,幫助身邊有需要的人,構建和諧共融的社會。


 

A group of students experienced being visually impaired by joining a programme organized by the Hong Kong Society for the Blind on 4 May. They first attended a briefing session in which they were introduced to different aids for the visually impaired. After that, they walked blindfolded through the streets in order to experience being without sight. One of the participants, Ho Wing Yin, found life without being able to see difficult. She realized the importance of treasuring what we owned and showing concern to people with disability. What’s more, she discovered the positive attitude of the visually impaired. “We were actually led by two people with visual impairment. They chatted freely and happily. I believe they are optimistic and brave people who have been striving hard to overcome the difficulties and inconvenience due to their blindness,” said Ho Wing Yin.

Ho Yu students know that being able-bodied is good fortune. They hope they are able to contribute to the society and help anyone in need with a view to achieving a harmonious and inclusive society.

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