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Linda
February 06, 2017

The kitchen is one of the most challenging and dangerous areas of the home for people with all types of disabilities, including those with vision impairment. Fortunately, there are strategies and improvements you can make in the kitchen to improve accessibility for yourself or a loved one with impaired vision. Here’s a look at a few easy ways to make your kitchen more accessible.

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January 09, 2017

Helping Sightless Citizens 

Brad Cook recently attended a Future In Sight mission tour at our offices in Concord. In his recent article for Cook on Concord published in the NH Business Review he shares his experience. Click here for the complete article.  

 

About New Hampshire Association for the Blind
Headquartered at the McGreal Sight Center in Concord, the New Hampshire the Association for the Blind was founded in 1912, with the mission to advance the independence of persons who are blind and visually impaired. Over the last 105 years, the Association has grown to offer a complete range of specialized professional education and vision rehabilitation services that help babies, children, adults, and elders who have little to no vision to obtain access to a full range of services. The Association is the only private, nonprofit provider of statewide, comprehensive direct vision rehabilitation and educational services throughout the state of New Hampshire for persons of all ages who are blind or visually impaired.

For more information on the New Hampshire Association for the Blind’s programs and services, please call 603-224-4039 or visit www.sightcenter.org. If you'd like to attend a Future In Sight mission tour please contact Marcia Clark at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 


December 22, 2016
Being a volunteer for the New Association for the Blind has made me feel like I am doing my part to make a difference within my community.

Read Full Story > Cliff Smith

December 22, 2016
I volunteer because I have the time and inclination to reach out to others in a small way.

Read Full Story > William O'Donahue-Hodges

December 22, 2016
I have been a volunteer in the community for the past 50 years. Volunteering at the Association for the Blind is a relatively new project for me.

Read Full Story > Allwynne Fine

December 22, 2016
My mother was legally blind as she had very little vision to one eye due to an accident. This didn’t stop her from reading 2 newspapers a day and any magazine she could get a hold of.

Read Full Story > Betty Finan