March 27 2012 Vision Issues Newsletter
Volume 3, Issue 4 – week of March 25 to 31
The end of winter and beginning of spring conjures thoughts of vacation. While attending a training center for the visually impaired the program included a white water rafting trip to Ocoee, Tennessee designed for the visually impaired. Now’s the time to plan a summer trip. Several summer camps for the visually impaired available.
Employment Opportunities for the Visually Impaired: Courtesy of the American Foundation for the Blind.
1. Full time Customer Care Associate up to $31000/yr - Atlanta, Georgia
2. Fulltime Shift Team Leader, up to $36,500/yr - Atlanta, Georgia
3. Regional Director – Eastern Iowa - Office location to be determined
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Freedom Scientific Conferences for April:
April 2nd – 3rd
Missouri Assistive Technology PowerUp 2012 Conference - Columbia, Missouri
Contact: Visit the Missouri Assistive Technology Web site
April 12th – 13th
20th Annual AHEAD in Texas Conference
San Antonio, Texas
Contact: e-mail Rhonda Rapp at firstname.lastname@example.org
This week’s Article:
Do you know the warning signs for vision problems for children? Do you know the different growth intervals for vision screening for children? Early detection is the best defense against vision loss!
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Coming Next Week:
Book review for helping children overcome fear of an eye exam and accept wearing glasses. Blues Clues!
Until next week – Have a great week!
Here's the latest article from the Vision Issues site at BellaOnline.com.
What to know on vision for newborns and toddlers!
Do you know what signs or symptoms indicate vision problems for children? Do you know the growth intervals for vision screening recommended by the American Academy of Ophthalmology and the American Academy of Pediatrics? Does family history play a role in vision screenings for infants?
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