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Article written by Ed Fletcher in the Sacramento Bee about Henry "Hoby" Wedler, a blind doctorate student studying organic chemistry at UC Davis.
Guide to help with the process of planning by teams for the transition from school to adult life for students with disabilities.
DSBVI provides support of employment and independence for individuals who have visual impairments or blindness.
Cynthia Bowers reports, Laura Martinez can cook up a storm, even though she's been blind since birth.
The Braille Monitor is the leading publication of the National Federation of the Blind and has been the voice of the nation’s blind since 1957.
Article written by Cheralyn Creer about the NFB of Utah, Project STRIVE. Meeting the unique needs of blind and visually impaired youth throughout Utah.
Articles about employment, a review of the Braille Sense , a discussion of the new AccessWorld app for the iPhone,etc.
awesome articleabout what blind people can do!
Deja Powell, Korky, Krazy, Sometimes Funny, always honest blog about blindness!
You don't always need a professional mobility instructor to conquer a new route. Your key to becoming more independent is to simply think out of the box. Read my long article to learn how.
The Self-Help Resource Center For Vision Loss
The Colorado Center provides innovative teaching techniques & philosophy that has far-reaching effects on the lives of blind people, taking them to new heights of independence.
Do you dream in color? Blind teens share their dreams and hopes.
Although statistics vary somewhat, the most reliable data sources suggest that the under- or unemployment rate of persons who are blind or visually impaired is 70%-80%. To that end, the school has implemented several initiatives aimed at enabling its students to find and excel in employment, which is a crucial component of independent living.
Even under better economic circumstances, landing a job interview can be an exercise in patience and fortitude. Let’s examine the résumé, arguably the most critical application component, and some ways you might consider building it up to land yourself an interview.
Everette Bacon reviews technology and employment, low vision services, and field training that is provided through Utah's Division of Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired