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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  • Brittany Dail is a 33-year-old paralegal living in Ayden who loves her dog Hamilton, a 6-year-old Great Dane who is deaf and visually impaired. They provide therapy for patients at Vidant Medical Center and other locations. Q: How did you and Hamilton come to be? A: I do Great Dane rescue and ...

  • ... due consideration to legitimate purposes such as, but not limited to: Criticism; comment; news reporting; teaching, scholarship, research, and other similar purposes; and facilitating access to published works for persons who are blind, visually impaired, or otherwise print disabled," Article 18.66 states.

  • Meanwhile, he encourages Liberians, who were not part of the process, most especially the visually-impaired, to remain patient as the team plans another mission. Sackor said that based on what the team has experienced during the two-week mission, they will try to do a research to know the causes of ...

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