Solutions in Sight: Where We Are Now & Where We're Headed It was a night of solutions, of partnerships, and even a surprise visit. Thank you for attending the MAB Community Services Annual Meeting. If you weren't able to attend here are a few highlights. In just 18 short months since the Massachusetts Association...
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  • Unable to rely on vision, blackouts sharpen my other senses, amplifying the pattering of feet across the floor and thickening the air with anticipation. When the lights reveal the stage, the built-up energy surges and carries into the shadowed crowd. For many visually impaired individuals, the physical ...

  • A visually impaired student during the spot competition at Kerala State School Science Fair held at Malabar Christian College Kozhikode on Friday. ... New HSS, Thiruvananthapuram, was an automatic patient friendly wheelchair, that can be used by any disabled person without anyone's assistance.

  • The charity holds weekly personal safety workshops for the blind and visually impaired; monthly training sessions for the LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) community; one-to-one sessions for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assaults; and as of the New Year, monthly personal safety ...

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