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...
VIBRANT: Assistive Technology Program VIBRANT: Assistive Technology Program Meet the VIBRANT Program: Visually Impaired and Blind Recipients Accessing New Technology. Feeling left behind by technology? VIBRANT can help.

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  • NEW DELHI: Collaborative research by the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, and Indiana University of the US has helped develop cost-effective designs for tactile graphics. The research, conducted over three years, will help improve the life of visually impaired people. Tactile graphics, which are ...

  • On a frigid December morning in 2003, seven local runners embarked on a journey from the Stanly County Family YMCA to the top of Morrow Mountain and back. For support, each runner carried water bottles and some energy gels.

  • The Nepal government first addressed the issue of disability with the introduction of Disabled Protection and Welfare Act 1982, in response to the ... Recently, a young visually impaired person from Panauti shared that he was ridiculed and made fun of when he entered a 'Female' toilet in a public place.

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