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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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Keep Helen Keller in the Classroom! Helen Keller was the most influential person with a disability in the 20th century, having changed public perceptions of what it means to be blind, as well as the real, everyday lives of those living with vision loss.
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AFB Nov 12
Helen Keller was a witness to the disasters of war. In-depth info on her involvement with blinded veterans, & her work to improve the economic, social & psychological lives of returning veterans are all documented in the .
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Whirlpool Nov 11
Replying to @HabenGirma
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Five Fifty Five Nov 12
What an incredible crowd!
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Actiview Nov 7
New on the Blog - Community Spotlight: Georgina Kleege! This Lecturer is changing the way people think about Blindness & Visual Art. Check out her story and awesome work on this week’s blog!
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iWorld Nov 9
Blind veteran catches second wave with a surfboard and iPhone - Apple Newsroom (press release) -
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Independence Science Nov 8
Don’t forget that Independence Science has Accessible Talking LabQuest too! It’s more to do a lab by yourself when possible than with a partner! and we’d be happy to work with you on blind it’s our specialty.
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MSFT Accessibility Nov 7
you could make your PC easier to use with Ease of Access? These options allow you to access Narrator, Magnifier, and customize your keyboard and mouse settings. Find out more here:
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AFB Nov 8
Explore ideas and resources related to science for youth who are blind or visually impaired, including those who are deafblind or who have multiple disabilities.
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AFB Nov 7
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AFB Nov 7
Product Review-- Sticks, Players, and TVs: Access to Multimedia Streaming Devices Part 1, by Shelly Brisbin
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AFB Nov 7
writer Bill Holton takes a look at the latest version of Narrator, a giant step forward toward offering a full-function built-in .
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AFB Nov 7
AccessWorld contributor Deborah Kendrick's aim this holiday season is to find unique gift ideas to share with AccessWorld readers, while paying special attention to a few small business owners who are themselves blind or visually impaired.
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AFB Nov 7
There's a chill in the air, and the days of fall are well upon us. And ready or not, the holiday shopping season is just around the corner. Magazine is here to arm you with information on accessible shopping options and gift ideas for all.
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AFB Nov 7
Great resource for all users.
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Disability:IN Nov 5
Microsoft's chief officer on tech's transformative power ‘We’re at the tip of the iceberg for what’s possible with tech’
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Knowbility Nov 6
and commissioned study showing companies that hire people with disabilities significantly outperform their peers. is the key.
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AAPD Nov 6
Today is Election Day! Let's and Get Out the DISABILITY VOTE!
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domoreio Nov 6
Few things in life are truly your own - your vote is one of them! Take along for a truly independent voting experience.
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AFB Nov 6
Equal access to the electoral process is the right of all citizens. All polling places and methods should be accessible to enable blind and visually impaired people to vote privately and independently.
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