David Morgan
December 08, 2015

Concord TV Interviews David S. Morgan

With only 6 days as the Associaton's new President & CEO, David sits down with Concord TV's Doris Ballard to share his experiences and his goals for the future of NH residents living with low vision or blindness. 

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David Morgan
November 23, 2015

Executive brings experience from the Perkins School for the Blind, ties to New Hampshire

November 2015 - Concord, NH - The Board of Directors of the New Hampshire Association for the Blind, the only statewide organization dedicated to the advancement of the independence of persons who are blind or visually impaired, is pleased to announce that David S. Morgan will be our new President and Chief Executive Officer, effective at the end of November.

Read Full Story > NH Association for the Blind Hires David Morgan to be new CEO

Kate geocaching
October 15, 2015

I use a white cane at times because I have low vision.  Some people think the white cane is used only by people who are blind, but it is also used by people like me, who are visually impaired.

Read Full Story > Kate Describes Her Use of the White Cane

September 21, 2015

The Advocacy Committee of the NH Association for the Blind has been working to educate the public about the new law regarding the falsification of service animals.

Read Full Story > Association's Advocacy Committee Promotes Service Animal Awareness

June 24, 2015

Manchester, NH, June 22, 2015 --- The New Hampshire Association for the Blind honored the Currier Museum of Art as the 2015 recipient of its annual Access Award. The award is presented to a New Hampshire individual, corporation, or organization that demonstrates exceptional and innovative effort to provide enhanced access and to eliminate barriers for those who are blind or visually impaired.

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Joan Pinard
May 27, 2014

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 starting to see some cloudiness in my vision and was having difficulty with reading and driving. I was hoping it wasn’t macular degeneration."

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