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Linda
August 14, 2017

Imagine you have just been given the news that your eyesight will not improve. Now what do you do? Your first call should be to Future In Sight to tell us about your situation and get more information. Future In Sight is here to help anyone at any age, anywhere in New Hampshire, and with any degree of sight loss get the help they need to adjust, live, and thrive.

Read Full Story > 7 Reasons Why You Should Contact Future In Sight

Stephanie using iPad to Facetime
June 22, 2017

Stephanie Hurd, Community Relations Coordinator at Future In Sight (formerly NH Association for the Blind) wrote this article for the Summer Issue of the New Hampshire RAP Sheet. This is a collaborative effort of the Disability Rights Center-NH, Institute on Disability, and NH Council on Developmental Disabilities. To download the issue in its entirety please click here

Read Full Story > Does Technology Help People with Vision Loss? You Decide...

Strawbery Banke Museum Curator, Erik Wochholz
June 19, 2017

PORTSMOUTH, N.H.(June 15, 2017) — Strawbery Banke Museum and Future In Sight (formerly the NH Association for the Blind) are both among the six beneficiaries of the Roger R. & Theresa S. Thompson Foundation Fund. On June 15 the two partnered on starting to realize the Thompson Fund award of a $20,000 grant to Strawbery Banke for a new Botanical Sciences program to complement the Horticulture Center now, in development. After the Thompson Fund encouraged partnerships among and between all six beneficiaries, the Strawbery Banke- Future In Sight collaboration became first. 

Read Full Story > Strawbery Banke and Future In Sight Partner on Interpretive Initiative

June 14, 2017

CONCORD, N.H. (June 2017) – Future In Sight was recently awarded a $5,000 grant from the Bishop’s Charitable Assistance Fund to support the New Hampshire Lives and Thrives Program, which provides critical vision rehabilitation services and offsets the costs of adaptive aids and devices, which do not receive insurance reimbursement.

Read Full Story > Bishop's Charitable Assistance Fund Supports the Mission of Future In Sight

June 01, 2017

CONCORD, NH (May 30, 2017) – To improve access to technology and educational materials available to blind and visually impaired schoolchildren in New Hampshire, the state Department of Education is partnering with Future In Sight, a Concord-based nonprofit that offers therapeutic, educational, and recreational services to sight impaired residents, to help train teachers on new technology and curriculum that can help children learning with sight limitations.

Read Full Story > Future In Sight awarded $300,000 contract from NH Department of Education

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