Accessibity

June 24, 2015
By Future In Sight

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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June 17, 2019
By Future In Sight
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Stephanie using iPad to Facetime

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

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Nancy D and Consumer Using One4All System

It’s easy to take the act of voting for granted. Getting out and voting on Election Day seems rather simple, right? Most of us can drive, walk, or bike to a polling location. We tell the poll worker our names. Then we walk into private voting booths to cast our handwritten ballots. We deliver those ballots to the counting machine, and we’re on our way with “I Voted” stickers on our shirts. 

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NH TEAP Phone Equipment for Vision Impaired

CONCORD, NH (August 8, 2019) –  Concord-based Future In Sight is now the statewide provider for “NH-TEAP” (Telecommunications Equipment Assistance Program). NH-TEAP provides services for individuals who struggle with or are unable to use standard land line telephone equipment for emergency assistance and daily use due to a disability. The program offers specialized telecommunications equipment and in-home services when needed for New Hampshire residents with vision loss, hearing impairment or difficulty with speech and mobility. The Future In Sight staff will assess each applicant and match the client needs with appropriate equipment and provide the in-home training needed to use them.

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