New England Low Vision and Blindness, in conjunction with our business partners, are pleased to offer the following webinar series:

 

How Does the MagniLink Vision Compare to MagniLink Voice

When: Tuesday, June 15th, 1:00 PM EST

What: You will learn the following: The MagniLink Vision is a fully equipped video magnifier that can speak or be silent.  The Voice is a portable reading machine that could even connect to a monitor.  Why would you pick one over the other?

Register: <Click here for more information and register>

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When: June 15, 2021, 8:00 PM EST

What: Get organized and read books – Exploring file management and the Victor Reader app on the Brailliant BI X series. Join Andrew Flatres and Peter Tucic for another installment of the HumanWare webinar series, where they will explore different aspects of file and folder management (like copying, cutting, and renaming or moving content to/from SD cards and USB sticks) in the KeyFiles application of BI 20 and 40 X. Attendees will also get an in-depth look at the Victor Reader application, designed to play digital books in many supported formats.

Register: <Click here for more information about the webinar and register>

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Living with Low Vision Series: At Work   MagniLink S

When: Tuesday, June 29th, 1:00 PM EST

What: Meet our special guest Rebecca Dorton, a recent college graduate, who is employed at the Sullivan County Circuit Court Clerk’s office in east Tennessee. We will look over Rebecca’s shoulder as she sits at her desk using the MagniLink S to see printed documents and transfer information to her computer. Where can your clients use this technology? At home, at school, or in the workplace. How can the MagniLink S help them be successful?

Register: <Click here for more information and register>

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How Does the MagniLink Vision Compare to MagniLink Voice? 

When: Tuesday, August 10th, 1:00 PM Eastern Time (10:00 AM Pacific Time)

What: You will learn the following:

  • The Vision is a fully equipped video magnifier that can speak or be silent.
  • The Voice is a portable reading machine that could even connect to a monitor.
  • Why would you pick one over the other?

Register:  <Click here for more information and register>

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

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Living with Low Vision Series: At Work   MagniLink S

When: Tuesday, August 24th, 1:00 PM Eastern Time (10:00 AM Pacific Time)

What: Meet our special guest Rebecca Dorton, a recent college graduate, who is employed at the Sullivan County Circuit Court Clerk’s office in east Tennessee. We will look over Rebecca’s shoulder as she sits at her desk using the MLS to see printed documents and transfer information to her computer. Where can your clients use this technology? At home, at school, or in the workplace. How can the MLS help them be successful?

Register: <Click here for more information and register>

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

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When School’s Out, the Fun Begins!

Learn, explore and grow at the Carroll Center this summer! Whether you need to learn technology, develop travel skills, experience your first summer job or get ready for college, students go to the Carroll Center all leave with a greater sense of confidence and independence. Discover the exciting programs offered at https://carroll.org/teens/summer-programs/

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About New England Low Vision and Blindness

New England Low Vision and Blindness uniquely brings hope through technology, training, and care.  We are a full-service assistive technology rehabilitation training provider. We offer nearly 100% of all major electronic low vision, blindness, and software products and an assistive technology showroom center.

We provide ‘patient choice’ showcasing numerous technology options from the world’s most respected suppliers, all in line with one’s individualized budgetary limits and personal, educational, or professional goals. We also provide custom training solutions and troubleshooting support.

Widely known, tested, and trusted throughout New England, our team brings 75+ years of low vision experience. Our talent, technology, and training offerings are unmatched and highly respected. We are an extremely unique and extraordinary resource for anyone suffering from vision loss in New England. We are here to help.

Through our free demonstrations – either at one of our conveniently located assistive technology showrooms or in their home, office, or school – clients experience a relaxed 2-hour free personal demonstration of almost 100% of all low vision and blindness technologies available on the market.

To learn more about how we Bring Hope to people who are blind or with low vision, contact a Technology Specialist at New England Low Vision and Blindness please call our toll-free number 888-211-6933 or email us at info@nelowvision.com.  You can also use the form above to request information about our services or a free demonstration on this or any of our products.