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September 20, 2018

"Peer Support is a Crucial Element to Our Clients Success" 

Future In Sight provides an array of recreational activities for our clients who live with vision loss or blindness. A recent adventure of canoing and kayaking down the Contoocook River was captured by Nick Stoico of the Concord Monitor. His complete article can be found here

For more information about Future In Sight's programs and services, please call (603) 224-4039 or visit www.futureinsight.org. If you'd like to learn more about how we transfrom lives through education, training and support please join us for a tour of our mission. Contact Marcia Clark at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to sign up.

Using a Brailler
September 10, 2018

NHPR recently reported on the training provided by Future In Sight to N.H. Voters on the State's accessible voting system, One4All.

CONCORD, N.H. — About 15 people in Concord learned how to use voting technology for the visually impaired at FutureInSight, a local non-profit. 

The system, called One4All, was first used in the 2016 state primary. 

Read Full Story > Visually Impaired N.H. Voters Get Training on Accessible Ballot System

August 13, 2018

August 13, 2018 ─ Concord, NH ─ Due in large part to a generous grant from the New Hampshire Speedway Children's Charities, Future In Sight will soon complete a very successful 2017-2018 season of providing adaptive sports and recreation programs for its young clients who live with vision loss.

Read Full Story > Speedway Children's Charities Helps Provide Fun Activities for Youth with Vision Loss

Volunteer assisting client
May 08, 2018

There is a silent crisis in New Hampshire – some 32,000 residents are living with profound vision loss. Roughly 70% of those we serve are over the age of 65 with this population expected to double over the next 10-15 years.

Read Full Story > How You Can Help NH's Blind & Visually Impaired

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April 30, 2018

Understanding The Critical Needs of NH's Blind & Visually Impaired 

Tom Raffio of Northeast Delta Dental Radio recently took the time to sit down with David Morgan. In this 20 minute interview they discuss a myriad of topics ranging from the critical issues faced by NH's blind and visually impaired community to the numerous ways individuals can get involved with the mission of Future In Sight. I encourage you to take a listen to this podcast. As always, we welcome and appreciate your comments.