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April 2020

Making a Hands Free Magnifier Holder

April 28 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Keene Recreation Center, 312 Washington Street
Keene, NH 03431 United States
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Hands Free Magnifier

Holding a magnifier to read medications, the newspaper, mail, photos and other objects can be exhausting and difficult for many individuals.  During this workshop, participants will make a hands-free magnify holders for tablets and smartphones.  This workshop will also demonstrate how to use the magnifying features that are “built-in” on the iPhone and iPad. In addition, participants will be encouraged to make more than one device to give to other individuals who need these solutions. Our Adaptive Low Tech DIY… read more Making a Hands Free Magnifier Holder

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A Perfect Storm: Why Advocating for your Child is More Important Now than Ever

April 29 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Online NH United States
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NH Parent Connect Workshop - A Perfect Storm

An online workshop offered by NH Parent Connect The current crisis due to COVID-19 has added extraordinary stressors to the lives of families, parents, teachers, and children.  While everyone is doing their best to adapt to remote instruction and service provision, this can be even more difficult for children and students with a visual impairment.  Many education planning meetings for students typically occur in the spring, the New Hampshire statute governing Medicaid to Schools has recently been revised, and several… read more A Perfect Storm: Why Advocating for your Child is More Important Now than Ever

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May 2020

Workshop: Incorporating Electronic Travel Aids into Orientation and Mobility Instruction

May 22 @ 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Future In Sight, 25 Walker Street
Concord, NH 03301 United States
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$195
O & M Workshop for Electronic Mobility Aids

  Increasingly, wearable technologies, tablets and apps, and a range of sensors and devices are informing the future of vision impairment and orientation & mobility practices.  Sensors, artificial intelligence, vision systems, and sophisticated algorithms are embedded in wearable product and mobiles phones and tablets to complement navigation needs of children, adults, and some seniors. Our workshop will explore a range of emerging technologies and their application and how these technologies are reshaping and informing Orientation & Mobility Specialists’ work in helping… read more Workshop: Incorporating Electronic Travel Aids into Orientation and Mobility Instruction

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