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March 20 2012 Vision Issues Newsletter

An Eye on Vision Issues

Volume 3, Issues 3 – Week of March 18 to 25

Hello, Everyone.
Hope everyone is looking forward to spring break. Is anyone going on an interesting trip! Tell us about your plans on the vision Issues Forum.

Employment Opportunities for Visually Disabled: Courtesy of the American Foundation for the Blind.

1. Machine Operator - Kansas City, Kansas

2. Parcel Picker (Parcel Order Picker) - Pendergrass Georgia

3. Assistive Technology Instructor - Atlanta, Georgia

4. Principal, School for the Blind - Colorado Springs

5. Orientation and Mobility Specialist - Iowa

Job Accommodations Survey:

You can participate in a 20 - 30 minute survey expressing your emotions and perceptions concerning requesting reasonable accommodations for employment. An opportunity to receive a $25 gift certificate awarded by drawing from the first one hundred callers and a $10 gift certificate awarded from a drawing from the total number of callers is offered to participants completing a survey.


This Week’s Article:

Narrative TV’s Channel – YouTube.

Do you know someone who lost interest in television shows and movies due to vision loss? Do you wish you had a channel with a variety of programs that are narrated accessible without ordering? The article “Where can I find narrative movies for the blind” offers help. Click on link below to go directly to the article.

Forum News:

Visit the vision issues forum and answer the vision quiz, post your thoughts about myths and facts on vision loss and tell us about your spring break plans. Thanks.

Coming Next Week:

Sports Camps for the Visually Impaired!

Until next week – Have a Great Week!


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