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Christine smiling during her video interview
November 07, 2019

First released in the summer of 2018, Christine's story is one of empowerment and gratitude – a timely backdrop as we enter November.

Read Full Story > VIDEO: Christine Welcomes Each Day with Enthusiasm

Video of Youth Adventures group at EVO Rock Climbing
October 21, 2019

 Did you know that Future In Sight has ongoing events and activity programs for youths and adults?

Read Full Story > VIDEO: EVO Rock + Fitness Youth Adventure

A close up of a white cane tip being used on a street by a man.
October 15, 2019

October is National Blindness Awareness month, and today, October 15th marks White Cane Safety Awareness Day. Today is a day we celebrate the achievements of people who are blind and visually impaired, throughout the nation, and all around the world. 

Read Full Story > The White Cane: Symbolism, History & Etiquette

A volunteer helps thread a needle at the Mitsy Kits sewing group
October 08, 2019

The Future In Sight Adaptive Sewing program has been keeping New Hampshire seniors happily sewing away for over 4 years now!

Read Full Story > Sew-ing the Seeds of Love

Picture of Trisha driving with her Bioptic lens glasses
September 26, 2019

Trisha is from Loudon New Hampshire and has generously shared her story with us about her life with low vision, how she is using tools and technology to acomplish her goals and what her experience has been working with the TVIs and other staff of Future In Sight.

Read Full Story > VIDEO: Trisha's Story

Electric blue illustration of a person's head with bright pink illuminated eye and brain connection
September 09, 2019

Did you know that the fastest growing cause of visual impairment in children has nothing to do with the eyes? 

That’s right.  Vision depends on the brain as much as it does the eyes. CVI, shorthand for Cortical or Cerebral Visual Impairment, essentially means that the brain’s ability to interpret, recognize or process visual information from the eyes is compromised.  CVI can limit a child’s ability to learn visually, even when their acuity (clarity of vision) is high and the structure and function of the eyes are normal.

Read Full Story > September is CVI Awareness Month, so let’s dive in and learn a bit more!

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