July 31 2012 Vision Issues Newsletter
Volume 7; Issue 5 Week of July 29th to August 4th
Hope everyone is enjoying the 2012 Olympic Games.
**Some Special notes:
Women are dominating this year’s Olympics.
A new record for the Olympics:
All 204 countries sending a team to the games have at least, one female member.
The USA’s Olympic team for the first time in history has more female members than male. Way to go ladies!
On the first day of events a South Korean Archer set a new world record – guess what – the archer is legally blind. Way to represent the visually impaired of the world!!!
Looking forward to the rest of the games.
Employment Opportunities: Courtesy of the American Foundation for the Blind.
1. Sub-contractor Relationship Manager - El Paso Texas
2. Telecom Engineer - Avaya - El Paso Texas
3. Assembler(Victoria, TX) - Victoria, TX
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This Week’s article: Vision Screenings Using the Computer
The development of the computer and Internet has made completing a vision screening very easy. Did you know you could have a vision screening using eye charts on your computer monitor? Find out how easy a vision screening can be, today! Use the link provided below to go directly to the article.
Coming Next Week: Matilda Ziegler Magazine for the Blind Review
Since 1907, the Matilda Ziegler magazine for the blind has provided a method for the visually impaired to read about topics concerning blindness news and events. Get up-to-date news and information that affects you.
Until next week – Have a great week!
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Vision Screenings Online Using the Computer
Screening your vision has become an easy task, especially with the development of the computer and the Internet. What screenings are available on the computer? When was the last time you had your vision screened? Is it time for you to have a vision screening? Try an online vision screening!
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