An Eye on Vision Issues!
Volume 11: Issue 1: Week of November 4 to 10
Vote! Vote! Vote! Decide who you think will do the best job of representing you in the issues people with vision issues face and vote for those individuals. If you do not vote then, you are losing an opportunity to have your voice heard locally, statewide and nationally.
Employment Opportunities: Courtesy of the American Foundation for the blind.
1. RECRUITER - WINSTON-SALEM NC
2. Sales & Marketing Manager - Little Rock, Arkansas
3. Customer Care Team Manager - Atlanta, GA
Here's the latest article from the Vision Issues site at BellaOnline.com.
Vision Organizations Hawaii to Iowa
A sample listing of vision support organizations located in the states of Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana and Iowa.
Visit the Vision Issues forum and post information about an organization that has helped you to overcome a vision issue.
Coming Next Week: Voting Experience Visually Impaired Blind Individual
A visually impaired/blind person should have the technology to vote privately and independently according to the "Help America Vote Act". Did your voting area provide the proper technology for you to vote? Read about my voting experience in next week's article.
Until next week – Have a great week!
Dean Ingalls, Vision Issues Editor
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