May 22 2012 Vision Issues Newsletter
Volume 5 Issue 3 – Week of May 20th to 26th
My niece and nephew are so happy. My niece finished another semester of college and my nephew has two days until he becomes a junior in high school. Do you know someone or are you completing high school or earning a degree? Tell us about them on the thread titled “Graduated” you will find in the Vision Issues Forum. I would love to read about your and their success! Thanks!
Employment Opportunities: Courtesy of the American Foundation for the blind.
1. Sewing Machine Operator - Griffin, Georgia
2. Public Relations and Outreach Associate - Wichita, Kansas
3. We love our Wounded Warriors and Disabled Veterans - Apply with us - Alexandria, Virginia
Check out the Ability Links online job fair this week (May 21-25)!
Post your graduation story!
Post comments or questions on “Top Causes of Blindness/Vision Loss for Women” article.
Post your suggestions for “Life as a Visually Impaired/Blind Person” series of articles.
This Weeks Article:
I researched the top causes of vision loss concerning women. A great reference site is the Women’s Eye Health Organization website.
A second article is coming on Wednesday – “What should you do when you see a blind person?” I am starting a series of articles on life as a visually impaired/blind person, any input or suggestions for articles is appreciated.
**Entertainment Note: If you enjoy National Geographic shows visit YouTube and listen to the narrated version of “First Contact” on the Narrated Television Network – a site designed for the visually impaired/blind that contains a variety of narrated shows/movies. First Contact is a documentary about a tribe native to the Brazilian Rain Forest – very entertaining human-interest documentary.
Coming Next Week:
Women’s Eye Health: Statistics, Prevention and Safety.
Until next week – Have a great week!
Here's the latest article from the Vision Issues site at BellaOnline.com.
Top Causes of Blindness and Low-Vision for Women
Do you know the top causes of blindness and low-vision loss for women? A list of eight causes of vision loss for women with definitions, causes, signs, symptoms and treatment provided. What is the number one cause of vision loss for African Americans/Blacks? What is Dry Eye? Find out…
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