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The American Foundation for the Blind removes barriers, creates solutions and expands possibilities so people with vision loss can achieve their full potential.
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AFB Apr 19
.: An Easier Way to Manage Diabetes As a Blind Person-- article by
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AFB Apr 18
Job Hunting with Your iOS Device: An Review of the and Job Search Apps
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Descriptive Video Apr 17
Include audio description in your broadcast or film production and expand your audience by millions—Worldwide 253 million of us are vision impaired:
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AFB Apr 17
Ask the Experts-- Hueiyen Tsai, Program Manager for about using the platform as a person with a visual impairment, offering resources that might make your YouTube video watching more accessible.
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AFB Apr 17
"A Profile of Jeff Bishop, Program Manager, Microsoft Corporation" Bishop loves his job, and the rest of us will undoubtedly benefit from the talent he brings to enhancing computer accessibility.
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M-Enabling Summit Apr 16
Join us for the eighth edition of the M-Enabling Summit, June 17-19 in Washington, DC to discover leading practices and innovations for their impact on seniors and persons with disabilities. Early bird registrations closing soon! Register today:
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Larry L. Lewis, Jr. Apr 16
Check out this new blog post. Think like an accessible UX researcher part 3: five common mistakes in usability testing and how to avoid them
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AFB Apr 16
April : "Access Technology on the Move: Presents an Array of New Options for People Who Are Blind"
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AFB Apr 15
The April issue of is here. No fooling! Interviews with experts, food delivery apps in review, diabetes management, job hunting on your device, and more.
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Second Sense Apr 15
National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (NLS) is conducting a survey about user experiences accessing and using technology. Recruitment survey can be completed via phone at 888-305-6873 or online at
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David Dzumba Apr 14
"I owe my job today to all the many giants who came before me." | This month's AccessWorld features an interview with , a program manager for the Windows team at Microsoft.
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APH Apr 13
A passion for reading can’t be stopped by a visual impairment. Jessica’s trail to braille literacy ensured that she'd enjoy her favorite fiction novels well into adulthood, eventually stepping into the role of storyteller herself.
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AFB Apr 12
This week, CEO Kirk Adams joined Mark Farrell on 's to discuss who AFB serves and how the organization is changing perceptions and creating career opportunities for job seekers with vision loss. Listen now, or download for the Friday commute home.
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AFB Apr 11
Our President and CEO Kirk Adams is on the Progressive Radio Network right now, discussing his life journey. Tune in here:
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AFB Apr 9
earned the 2014 Helen Keller Personal Achievement Award ? She demonstrated to millions of TV viewers that people with vision loss are as talented and capable as their sighted peers. And she's showing us again w/ !
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AFB Apr 8
: interview w/ Kirk Adams on AFB's shift away from a medical model of serving people who are vision impaired, how our efforts fit into the larger convo about inclusion in the workforce and the benefits of developing a diverse talent pool.
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AFB Apr 8
AFB's Public Policy and Research Center strives to accurately and persuasively understand and describe the characteristics, experiences, needs, and capabilities of people who are blind or visually impaired.
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Kristin Sartain Apr 5
Celebrations are in order - Congrats and ! Super proud to be a small part of this one.
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AFB Apr 5
"There is an opportunity, if we are ready to seize it together, to create a world of no limits—where people who are visually impaired are working, going to school, and participating in community life, unhindered by barriers." —Kirk Adams, AFB President
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VisionServe Alliance Apr 4
Exciting unveiling of 's new website:
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