An Eye on Vision Issues
Volume 6 Issue 1 Week of June 3rd to June 9th
Monday, June fourth I celebrated my 52nd birthday. Wishing all readers of the newsletter who have birthdays in the month of June a very happy birthday. I hope you treat yourself to something nice. Happy B-day to all of my fellow Gemini brothers and sisters.
Employment Opportunities: Courtesy of the American Foundation for the Blind.
1. Sales Associate - Omaha Nebraska
2. Orientation and Mobility Instructor - Atlanta, Georgia
3. Public Relations and Outreach Associate - Wichita, Kansas
Free Vision Awareness seminars from Freedom scientific during the month of June:
1. Fort Richey Florida – June 19th 9 am to 3 pm
Lighthouse for Visually Impaired & Blind Inc.
2. Austin, Texas June 21st 9 am to 3 pm
Texas School for the Blind & Visually Impaired
Go to Freedom Scientific website for more information:
www.freedomscientific.com and click on workshops or events for more information.
Visit the Vision Issues forum and make comments or ask questions. I am interested in including personal stories as part of the Living as a Visually Impaired Person Series and would appreciate your input.
This Week’s Article:
Dry Eye Syndrome – women deal with dry eyes for a variety of reasons – find out what you can do to overcome the symptoms of dry eyes. Use the link provided below to go directly to the article.
How a visually impaired person deals with dining with friends and family in a crowded restaurant.
Coming Next Week:
BARD – What is BARD and how does the program help the visually impaired and handicapped?
Until next week – Have a great week!
Here's the latest article from the Vision Issues site at BellaOnline.com.
Women’s Eye Health Dry Eye Causes and Treatments
Most women over the age of fifty have dealt with Dry Eye syndrome. Do you know the different causes of dry eye or the possible treatments for occasional or chronic dry eye? Do you know the simple cleansing method for improving dry eyes? The cleansing method is simple, just…
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