June 18 2013 Vision Issues Newsletter
Volume 6: Issue 3; Week of June 16 to 22, 2013.
I hope everyone is having a great month of June.
A noteworthy event that is on the horizon is the National Federation of the blind’s National convention. The NFB convention is being held in Orlando, Florida during the week of July 1 to 6, 2013. If you want to go to a convention that has everything concerning vision impairment and blindness then you need to attend the NFB convention. For all of the details about the convention visit:
If you get the chance check it out!
In addition, visit the Vision Issues Forum and tell us about the best convention you have attended.
Employment Opportunities: Courtesy of the American Foundation for the blind. NOTE: AFB Job Listings site has sixty-five job openings posted. If you are looking for work visit the website!
1. TVI and O&M Specialist for Early Childhood - Orlando, Florida
2. Customer Service Representative - El Paso, TX
3. Software Developer - Winston-Salem North Carolina
Here's the latest article from the Vision Issues site at BellaOnline.com.
Pen Friend review
The Pen friend – a remarkable labeling/recording device accessible to the visually impaired. If you are looking for a great way to organize your kitchen cabinets, bathroom cabinets or written documents then read more about the Pen Friend!
Coming Next Week: Freedom Scientific’s Newest Assistive Technology!
A representative from Freedom Scientific is scheduled to visit my Assistive technology Instructor’s Class next week and demonstrate all of the new technology. Look for an article summarizing the different items presented in class.
Remember use the link below to go directly to the Vision Issues forum and tell us about your convention story. I talked with a couple who attended the convention one year and were married at the next year's convention. A very interesting story.
ATI Program Update:
My ATI class just finished learning the ins and outs of Word and I am preparing for the Microsoft Word certification Exam.
The class also completed our studies of report writing and I have written my first assistive technology assessment report. Our next topic is learning Microsoft PowerPoint. I am looking forward to using JAWS to learn how to construct a PowerPoint presentation. So, stay tuned!
Until next week – Have a great week!
Dean Ingalls, Vision Issues Editor
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