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Voices of Exprience
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Accepting A Slower Speed
Adjusting to vision loss always means accepting that some things will be di...
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App Happy
Apps are empowering people with visual impairments in ways we could only on...
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Consider The Long White Cane
Vision loss can elevate feelings of insecurity, on many levels. Activel...
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An Introduction to Ophthalmic Edge Patients
Welcome to OE Patients. The Association for Macular Diseases, Inc. has p...
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Innovation Drives Inclusion
It’s always good to step outside ourselves and understand what others are...
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Join Us Nov. 9, 2017 At MEETH
Accessibility Resources for People with Visual Impairments   ...
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10 MORE Things Siri Will Do If You Ask
Here is the second installment of Siri commands that are useful, whether yo...
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VIP Seating Is There For You
A small accommodation can be all it takes to keep us doing the things we lo...
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GoGo Grandparent Gets An Uber Without An App
Uber and Lyft are technology companies operating new age transportation net...
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Join Us Oct.12, 2017 At MEETH
Join Dorrie Rush from OphthalmicEdge.org for the second of a series on ac...
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Google Wants To Hear From You
It is wonderful to note,that Google appears to be dipping a toe into the ex...
Kindle Gets A Voice
Kindle Gets A Voice
Remember the days when books were printed on paper and text size could not ...

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