Moving with a disability isn’t impossible. But like any successful move, it takes a combination of planning, assistance, and care. Instead of letting your move overwhelm you, break it down into an organized list of steps and small tasks. Moving
Whether it’s your first home purchase or your third, special resources are exclusively available to help with your home buying process if you’re a veteran. Veterans also can take advantage of a VA loan, which saves money and makes it
Home Modifications for the Visually Impaired or Blind – The Complete Guide If you are visually impaired or blind (or caring for someone who is), modifying your house to fit your specific needs can make all the difference. It
Every school and agency member of the Council of Schools and Services for the Blind strives to serve students through promoting dignity, independence and the best practices in education. Every school and agency will reach out to students and their families
Wearable Vision Event at TSBVI This article describes an event and a program model that took place over two years ago and could be customized to meet your campus needs. Submitted by Cindy Bachofer, PhD, CLVT TSBVI Low Vision Consultant
The Georgia Institute of Technology, as part of a collaboration with the PhET Interactive Simulations project at the University of Colorado Boulder, is looking for teachers, and students with visual impairments to help bring the award winning PhET simulations to
The DPI Wisconsin Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired (WCBVI) is currently seeking applicants for a full-time Education Director position for the operation of the WCBVI Outreach Program.
The position of Technology Classroom Teacher will plan a course of study/program for students with visual impairments, including students with additional learning challenges that focuses on the use of assistive technology specifically for students with visual impairments. In collaboration with