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Great job providing this information and platform for vision impaired. It's impoortant to have a support network for adapting to life with low vision. I personally have a genetic retinal disease causing me to readapt to basic life tasks and have now made it my mission to help others . I am relatively young with a family, so providing for them is my main concern. I have a website www.lowvisionpro.com selling products that have helped me so feel free to check it out. My ultimate goal is to find creative ways to employ blind/VI in the future. Losing sight has to be viewed as challenge creating new opportunities for the future. You cannot live in a state of gloom and loneliness, this website gives great lessons on adaptive techniques. God bless.
Posted by Dylan W. on September 3, 2014 @ 7:32pm
Your style is really unique compared to other folks I've read stuff from. Smith B
Posted by Smithb318 on August 25, 2014 @ 12:08pm
Hello everyone. I am a alwho hos 20/600 vision in both eyes. this started about 13 yeasr ago ad I am still having a problem dealing with some of the issues that present themselves. I am fromo Canada and am reaching out for support. Thank you allowing me to sign your book.
Posted by Ruth Kent on August 23, 2014 @ 7:18pm
Good morning! My heart rejoices because I am finding this page. I am sure it will be precious as I am preparing myself for whatever is coming. Blessings and my love to all.
Posted by Lena Nichols on June 21, 2014 @ 1:59am
So glad I have learned about this program. I will be sharing this information with clients and friends in Georgia. Thank you on behalf of Vision REhab Services of Ga. and the Envision Support Group!
Posted by Audrey Demmitt on September 4, 2013 @ 11:15am
So glad I was told about this wonderful resource. I will be sharing this information with clients and friends in the visually impaired community in Georgia. Thank you! on behalf of Vision Rehab Services and Envision Support Group in Georgia
Posted by Audrey Demmitt on September 4, 2013 @ 11:05am
Just read the article about you & tomatoes, 'tis the season! Hope all is well with you & yours. I am still working, training technicians now and loving that. Carol Standardi,RN continues to work part-time. Dr. Lichter stepped down as chairman a year ago but still sees some patients.
Posted by CJ Pollack-Rundle on August 9, 2013 @ 10:21am
Now 65 years old and legally blind, I have experienced three sages of growth. The first is admitting my life was changing. Where my eyesight will be next year is unknown. So I must admit to learning new ways of doing basic living skills.
The second stage is educating myself on brialle, mobility training and how to continue using the computer. My greatest surprise if finding a reasonable priced screen reading program, document scanner, and support community.
The last sage is finding resources and new friends.
When asked I help with support over the telephone. Many people experiencing low vision at a later age, needs a hand to hold at the beginning.
Posted by Phyllis Slater on June 29, 2013 @ 3:34pm
FROGTOWN LOW VISION SUPPORT GROUP
THANKS...For all that you do for the VISION IMPAIRED.
Posted by Paul Rachow on June 2, 2013 @ 11:33am
Hello everyone. I am not the visually impaired person. I actually am in search for help for a dear close friend of mine, who has lost vision in left eye due to accident. He has had 3 operations on the trauma eye..which has in turn given him a very rare disease in his good eye. Which is now losing sight. He is scheduled for surgery this month on the 25th. He is one of the most beautiful people I met in my life. I hope to get him connected in his area of Wolcott, CT...(next to Plantsville, Southington, Meriden area) He is not been driving at all. Please help . Thank you. jla3690 at yahoo dot com
Posted by Jamie Angeloni on March 11, 2013 @ 12:46pm
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