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Sunu Band
May 17, 2016

As President and CEO of the New Hampshire Association for the Blind at the McGreal Sight Center, it is my pleasure to bring you the first in a series of interviews with trendsetters and technology leaders. These dynamic individuals are creating solutions for accessibility to help children and adults who are blind or visually impaired to live and thrive with sight loss.

Read Full Story > Sunu Band: Hands-on Technology for Mobility

Rita Laurion
May 15, 2016

It was a little over a year ago when Rita Laurion realized something wasn't right - something was going on with her eyes. "My vision was so blurry I couldn't read! I visited several different doctors, had lots of eye exams but for several months they were baffled. No one knew what was wrong with me.

Read Full Story > You Have to Live with What You Have

Randy & Autumn Walk Nashua Streets
April 14, 2016

Maybe you've heard the phrase, "Don't judge a person until you walk a mile in their shoes." We've created a way for local supporters of the blind and visually impaired to do so!

Read Full Story > Take a Walk in My Shoes for Sight Loss Awareness

Linda
April 05, 2016

Do you find daily life to be difficult with vision loss? Are you unable to enjoy your hobbies due to vision issues? Have you stayed indoors because you're afraid of falling?

Read Full Story > Vision Services for Active Living

Linda
March 17, 2016

Vision loss, at any age, can potentially be overwhelming. That doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice doing what you love to do or giving up your independence.

Read Full Story > 7 Things You Can Do About Losing Your Vision

People's Bank Logo
March 09, 2016

The Association is appreciative of the continued support from the People's United Community Foundation. Their award of $2,500 for orientation and mobility services will provide assistance to the elderly, working-aged adults, and children in the communities we serve.

Read Full Story > Association Receives Support from People's United Community Foundation

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