An Eye on Vision Issues!
Volume 9: Issue 1 - Week of September 2 to 8
Well, September has arrived and the start of a new football season. Football of every level has started. As a person who enjoys football especially college and the NFL levels I am looking forward to an exciting season.
**Job seekers – take note of the third job posting this is a “FREE” online program supported by the Federal Government for individuals who are blind or severely visually disabled. Good luck to those who apply.
Employment Opportunities: Courtesy of the American foundation for the blind.
1. Grant Writer - San Francisco, CA
2. Intake Counselor - Atlanta, GA
3. Contract Management Support Training Program - Various locations
**This is a “FREE” training program for people who are blind or severely visually disabled. Find out more by going to www.afb.org and link on “For Job Seekers” then locate link for job listings. You will be sent to a list of available jobs then, click on link to go to the contract services job information and learn how to apply.
Visit the Vision Issues Forum and post your comments or questions about this week’s article. In addition, tell us about the favorite low-vision cooking aides use in your kitchen. I would love to know what products work well for you!
This Week’s Article: Low Vision Cooking Aides Review
Cooking for a person with low-vision can still be enjoyable and fun. Learn about some of the low-vision aides I use while cooking in my kitchen.
Coming Next Week: Vision Issues Travel and Transportation
Transportation is a major issue for the visually impaired. Developing different types of transportation methods helps the visually impaired remain independent and not depend on family and friends for getting around town. Learn about some of the programs I use in Urbana, Illinois for transportation and travel.
Until next week – Have a great week!
Here's the latest article from the Vision Issues site at BellaOnline.com.
Low Vision Cooking Aides Review
Cooking as a visually impaired person takes some rearranging of the kitchen and buying some helpful low-vision cooking products. Read a review article about some of the products I use at home in my kitchen.
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