Monthly Archive

May 2014

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find totaly 15 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.
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Interested in Volunteering? Please Let Us Know. Thank you for your interest in Future In Sight. We are happy to answer any questions you may have regarding volunteer opportunities. If you are inter read more..

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Keep Trying - It Will Work

Joan Pinard stated it’s not easy to ask for help. But 5 years ago, following cataract surgery, Joan's eye doctor told her she had macular degeneration. "I knew something wasn’t right because I was sta... read more..

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Press Releases
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Concord Hospital Honored for Training Video that Helps Blind and Visually Impaired

May 21, 2014 The New Hampshire Association for the Blind has honored Concord Hospital for helping produce an innovative new video being used around the country to train caregivers, volunteers and hos... read more..

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Kristen Hallee

Enjoying life with a guide dog Kristin was born with cataracts and diagnosed with glaucoma at the age of 4. She graduated with honors from Rivier College in 2008 with a degree in Behavioral Science ... read more..

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David Patton

Staying Active “If you believe, you can do it!” So says David Patton, a client at the New Hampshire Association for the Blind. In 2008, David lost much of his sight due to two strokes. Driving truck ... read more..

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Kathy Wyrick

“BE HAPPY WITH WHAT YOU CAN ACCOMPLISH” Twenty-four years ago, shortly after her marriage to Robert, Kathy Wyrick received a diagnosis of Rheumatoid Arthritis, which ultimately led to an eye conditio... read more..

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I Count my Blessings. I Have so Much to be Thankful For.

It's hard to believe that only 5 years ago, at age 42, Dana Trahan was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Though operable, the swelling of the tumor damaged her optic nerve, causing severe and permanent vi... read more..

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I'm Right Where I Want to be in Life

Linda Armijo - When I had a stroke back in January 2013, I didn’t think to go to the hospital right away. I assumed I had a bad flu. But I was very wrong. It was a stroke that resulted in homonymous h... read more..

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Leanne Evans

"Building Confidence in a World of Darkness" Today, Leanne is confident in her faith and has a strong support network. She has so much to be thankful for. With the skills she's learned Leanne co read more..

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Conquering the Challenges of Blindness

 Despite blindness, Jessica Laurie has ventured from the tiny town of Springfield, New Hampshire, to the big city of Providence, Rhode Island, where she is now a junior at Providence College. read more..

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Whole New World

Bette Smith is 81 and lives in the Seacoast region of New Hampshire. She has been visually impaired for several decades due to macular degeneration, which damages central vision. Bette is living safel... read more..

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Regardless of Challenges It's Important to Do What You Can

Andy Strelczyk is a diabetic, double amputee and blind due to several health issues. With the skills he learned from the Association Andy now navigates with the help of a walker, sighted guides and mo... read more..

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Volunteer Stories

Being a volunteer for Future In Sight has made me feel like I am doing my part to make a difference  within my community.  Being able to drive people to appointments, the grocery store or read more..

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