- Survey for B/VI folks on Body Movement
- TVI or future TVI looking for a summer gig? The NFB’s BELL Program may have the opportunity for you!
- Help test/develop a B/VI employment app
- NFB Twitter Chat TODAY on Web Accessibility!
- Participants Needed: Contrast’s impact on VI peoples’ perception of the environment
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From the mailbag: Researchers at Old Dominion University are conducting a study examining the relationship between health-related behaviors and quality of life among individuals with visual impairments. To conduct this study we need the participation of adult aged-individuals (aged 18 … Continue reading
From the mailbag: Be part of an important research study… A Study on the Lived Experiences of Employees with Visual Impairments * Do you have a visual impairment? * Are you actively working? * Have you experienced a negative attitude … Continue reading
Note: I haven’t tested this program myself, so I can’t vouch for it. I’m also fairly sure Nemeth is the preferred braille format for mathematics in the US rather than UEB math (particularly if your student is going to do … Continue reading
From the mailbag: Invitation to Participate in Research on Employment Experiences of BVI Individuals Are you legally blind and age 18 or older? Are you comfortable verbalizing your thoughts in English? Have you at some point in the last five … Continue reading
If you are B/VI and wish to be an attorney, this could be a fabulous opportunity. From the mail bag: The Coelho Center Law Fellowship Program is launching this Summer 2019. Central to the mission of The Coelho Center for … Continue reading
As Peanut’s visual acuity declines, Easter becomes more of a challenge. He’s not really able to see things on the ground, even if they’re high-contrast, so the color of the eggs doesn’t matter. The commercial beeping eggs I’d tried a … Continue reading
Seedlings Book Angel program is open for 2019! B/VI kiddos in the United States and Canada up to age 21 can receive three free books by registering here: http://seedlings.org/bkangel2009.php Aside from the awesomeness of getting books, Seedlings is extra awesome … Continue reading
From the mailbag: Transportation is seeing all kinds of disruptive transformation. Ridesharing, electric cars and automated vehicles are only a few examples. While all these innovative technological advances will hopefully have a positive impact within our communities, the needs of … Continue reading
From the mailbag: Meet our first two recipients and APPLY NOW. The Reach Scholarship recognizes folks who have broken through barriers, and are Elevating others while continuing to climb in their own lives. Reach Scholarship recipients receive a two-person scholarship to … Continue reading
So far, Peanut has discovered a love of Exploding Kittens, Don’t Step in It!, Uno, and traditional RPGs (ala Pathfinder and Dungeons & Dragons). I would love to find more games that are adaptable and appropriate for his interests. Maybe surveys like this … Continue reading