Future In Sight

October 10, 2018
By Future In Sight
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John and Jane Nucci

Concord, NH, — On November 15th, during an inaugural appreciation reception  that was hosted by Future In Sight the Client Services Committee surprised John and Jayne Nucci of Chester with the 2017 Jo Adcock Service Award.

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Northeast Delta Dental Radio Logo
April 30, 2018
By Future In Sight

Understanding The Critical Needs of NH's Blind & Visually Impaired 

Tom Raffio of Northeast Delta Dental Radio recently took the time to sit down with David Morgan. In this 20 minute interview they discuss a myriad of topics ranging from the critical issues faced by NH's blind and visually impaired community to the numerous ways individuals can get involved with the mission of Future In Sight. I encourage you to take a listen to this podcast. As always, we welcome and appreciate your comments.   

 

 


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Becky Berk

CONCORD, NH — August 14, 2018 — Organization is working towards educational advancement for students with sight impairments as the 2018-2018 school year approaches.

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Lucinda Williams

CONCORD, NH (January 29, 2017) – Future In Sight continues to transform the lives of children and adults who are blind or live with profound sight loss. Our innovative efforts in education and rehabilitation services for those with sight loss have significantly expanded throughout the Granite State and beyond. We are thrilled to welcome Lucinda Williams as the new Director of Development to help us expand funding in support of these growing needs.

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Guided ice skating at Strawbery Banke
April 13, 2017
By Future In Sight

NH Magazine's Sarah Calahan recently interviewed David Morgan, President & CEO of Future In Sight to talk about our recent name change and the impact our programs and services have on individuals living with sight loss. We are featured in this month's online edition as their "Good Cause of the Month."

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Using a Brailler
May 24, 2017
By Future In Sight

The Associated Press recently reported on the educational training currently being provided to inmates at the State of NH women's prison.

CONCORD, N.H. — Inside a prison workshop, several inmates tap away at what look like old typewriters.

The devices are actually Perkins Braillers, which are used to write the code relied upon by many visually impaired people. In a first for New Hampshire's prison system, 14 female inmates are spending much of the year learning Braille, so they can convert restaurant menus, textbooks and novels into Braille.

"To know I could actually do something good for somebody, that is good to know," said Molly Martel, who is in the fifth year of a 20- to 40-year sentence for stabbing a friend to death.

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Becky Berk

CONCORD, NH — December 11, 2018 — On November 29th, during the annual meeting and celebration of the Board of Directors the Client Services Committee of Future In Sight presented Frank Haley with the 2018 Jo Adcock Service Award.

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Strawbery Banke Museum Curator, Erik Wochholz

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. 

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Using a Brailler

NHPR recently reported on the training provided by Future In Sight to N.H. Voters on the State's accessible voting system, One4All.

CONCORD, N.H. — About 15 people in Concord learned how to use voting technology for the visually impaired at FutureInSight, a local non-profit. 

The system, called One4All, was first used in the 2016 state primary. 

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