An Eye on Vision Issues
Volume 7; Issue 4 – Week of July 22 to 28
Yeah! The Olympics start on Friday with opening ceremonies. I am ready and excited.
I am looking forward to following the USA Women’s Gymnastics Team.
Do you have a favorite sports star or team? Visit the Vision Issues forum and tell us about your favorite. Enjoy the different events!
**Special Note: On a SAD note.
My thoughts and prayers go out the families of the victims in Colorado. I don’t try to understand something that makes no sense but only wonder what happens to a person who can kill totally unarmed and innocent people just trying to have a fun time. Maybe one day God will explain it to me. Until then this person’s name should never be mentioned again much less made famous by all of the attention he is getting.
We must try to take care of each other and work to make sure we live life to the fullest – wishing all of you the very best! Hug your loved ones!
Employment Opportunities: Courtesy of the American foundation for the Blind. **61 jobs listed this week.
1. Teacher of the Visually Impaired (O&M Certified Preferred - Northern Virginia
2. IT Manager - Cincinnati, OH
3. Prong Machine Operator - Bainbridge GA
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This Week’s article: Vision Impairment Blind Services Rehabilitation Department
Help is available worldwide for anyone dealing with a vision issue. Find out what services or organizations are available in your area that can help. Use the link provided below to go directly to the article.
Coming next week: Vision Screenings Online Using the Computer
Everyone should have a vision screening to ensure early detection of a vision issue. In today’s world, a vision screening is quick, easy and requires little effort. A person can obtain an effective vision screening using a computer and the Internet. Take the time and have a vision screening today!
Until next week – Have a great week!
Here's the latest article from the Vision Issues site at BellaOnline.com.
Vision Impairment blind Services Rehabilitation
Your eye doctor has informed you that he/she can do nothing more to affect your vision issue; “What do you do next?” Do you know most doctors do not know what to tell a patient what they need to do next after all treatments are unsuccessful! Here are some important suggestions of what to do next.
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