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March 13 2012 Vision Issues Newsletter

An Eye on Vision Issues:

Volume 3 Issue 2

Week of March 11 to 17

Hello Everyone,
Hope everyone has adjusted to the time change at least, those of us who have to deal with a time change. Most people I know like having more daylight after 5 pm during the spring and summer months.

Employment Opportunities for Vision Impaired: (Courtesy of American Foundation for the Blind)

1. Orientation and Mobility Specialist - Iowa

2. Teacher of the Visually Impaired - Iowa

3. Daily Living Skills Instructor - Sacramento, CA

This Week’s Article:

Do you remember when your eyes were last tested? Regular eye exams can prevent vision loss. I regret not having regular eye exams. I believe my vision would not be so limited if I would have checked my vision regularly. Today, you do not have to go to an eye examiner to have your vision checked. Check out this week’s article to find out how to administer an easy home eye exam.

Forum News:

Post your thoughts about vision myths and facts. Does the loss of vision give you super powerful hearing or smell? Tell us what you think!

A new forum thread containing a poll with vision questions starting this week. How much do you know about vision? Take the vision information quiz/poll and find out!

Coming Next Week:

Free anytime Narrated movies and television shows for the blind without ordering.

Until next week – Have a great week!


Here's the latest article from the Vision Issues site at

Have you had your vision tested lately? Can you test your vision at home? A vision exam is recommended every two years. An easy home eye exam is available. Learn to administer a home eye exam for children three years and older, teens, and adults. Early detection can prevent vision loss!

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