I was having breakfast at IHOP on Monday (gotta love those omelettes and pancakes!), and two guys walked in, and one was blind. When the waitress brought him his coffee, she described the position of everything on the table, and she manipulated his hands to touch them and told him exactly what he was touching (eg. this is the coffee pot, etc). And I wondered, how do pharmacists counsel a blind person? Are there medication directions in Braille? And what of a deaf person, if you don't know sign language?