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August 28 2012 Vision Issues Newsletter

An Eye on Vision Issues!

Volume 8: Issue 4; Week of August 26th to September 1st

Hello, Everyone.

Hope everyone enjoyed the summer. The end of August brings thoughts of the fall and leaves changing colors in preparation for winter. I am ready for some cooler temperatures.
This past week I listened to a story that introduced me to information I did not know. Rosie O’Donnell, a comic, movie and television star experienced a heart attack at the age of 50. During the story, I discovered that women experience symptoms different from men during a heart attack. Take the time to visit the Nutrition Website on BellaOnline written by Moss Green to find out more information about symptoms of a heart attack for women. Wishing everyone good health.

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

**The job listing section on AFB was experiencing connection problems making it impossible to post job available for this week’s newsletter. Hopefully the problem will be corrected by next week. Sorry!

Forum News:

Visit the Vision Issues Forum and post your thoughts about this week’s article. In addition, tell us about some of the ways you buy low-vision cooking products that help avoid purchasing a product that does not work. What are some of your favorite low-vision cooking items you use in the kitchen?

This Week’s Article: How to Purchase Low Vision Cooking Products

Have you ever wanted to buy a low-vision product but discovered the only way to obtain the product is by ordering from a catalogue. Ordering from a catalogue is not easy and usually ends with obtaining a product that is ineffective and must be returned. This week’s article offers tips and techniques to help the visually impaired improve the chances of obtaining low-vision products that actually work. Use the link provided to go directly to the article.

Coming Next Week: Low-Vision Cooking Aides Review

Buying low-vision products that actually help a visually impaired individual it not as easy as it sounds. Most low-vision products are only accessible through ordering from a catalogue. Buying from a catalogue does not give a customer the opportunity to check out the product before buying therefore, I decided to post information about low-vision products I use in my home. Read the review to find out if some of the products can help you or someone, you know who is dealing with low-vision and loves to cook.

Until next week – Have a great week!

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

How To Purchase Low Vision Cooking Products
Purchasing products for the visually impaired is a difficult task. Buying low-vision products that actually help a visually impaired cook takes research, trial and error, investigation, time, and effort. Learn some tips and techniques to help make the process easier.

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