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July 10 2012 Vision Issues Newsletter

An Eye on Vision Issues

Volume 7: Issue 2, Week of July 8th to 14th

Hello, Everyone.
Finally, a break from triple digit temperatures. In Illinois, a much-needed break from high heat and some rain fell last night and this morning. What a difference a few degrees can make when it comes to feeling hot or cold.
Great ending to the Wimbledon tennis tournament. I had mixed feelings about whom I wanted to win the men’s bracket because I felt both players deserved to be champions. Well, hopefully, Andy Murray can return to the finals next year and give Britain a champion.

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

1. Purchasing Merchandiser - Dayton, OH

2. Cashier/Stocker - Ft. Riley, Kansas - Ft. Riley, Kansas

3. Cashier/Stocker - Minot AFB, ND - Minot, North Dakota

Forum News:

Visit the Vision Issues forum and post your comments, questions and suggestions on the article JAWS and Window eyes Screen Reader Program Review. Do you know someone who uses a screen reader program to operate his or her computer and the Internet? Tell us about your story! My world opened up so much more after I obtained my JAWS program.

This Week’s Article: JAWS and Window Eyes Screen Reader Program Review

Screen Reader programs opened up technology to the visually impaired and provided a way for the blind to interact on the Internet. Use the link provided below to go directly to the article.

Coming Next Week: Rebuild Your Vision Website Review

Do you think eye exercises can improve vision? A few programs claim to help even, correct some vision issues. What vision issues are correctable with eye exercises?

Until next week – Have a great week!

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

JAWS & Window Eyes Screen Reader Program Review
Screen Reader programs open access for the blind to the computer and the Internet. How does a screen reader program help a blind person use a computer and the Internet? Is learning to use a screen reader program difficult? Is the software easy to load? What are the disadvantages of the technology?

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