New England Low Vision and Blindness Webinar Series Tech Tips Technology Training

New England Low Vision and Blindness, in conjunction with our business partners, are pleased to offer the following webinar series:   Focus on Education – Zip into the New School Year Date: Tuesday, March 9th Time: 1:00 PM Eastern Time (10:00 AM Pacific Time) We’ll ask and answer these pertinent questions: Do you want a…

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Carroll Center Virtual Technology Fair Thank You Incentives Technology Training

Thank you for taking the time to stop by the New England Low Vision and Blindness (virtual) booth at the Virtual Technology Fair on November 24th, hosted by The Carroll Center for the Blind. With the overwhelming attendance, we apologize if we were not able to spend adequate time with you. As a thank you…

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Excelling in the Connected Classroom with the BrailleNote Touch Plus New England Low Vision and Blindness and Humanware are excited to offer an informative webinar on working on the newest features of the BrailleNote Touch Plus. This webinar will offer one hour of continuing education credits for ACVREP certified professionals and learn about: 1.  Create…

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Doug’s …did you know… Favorite feature of ZoomText Doug's Did You Know

Do you want to know one of my most favorite features of ZoomText? “Route Pointer over the Active Control” What does it do? It automatically moves the pointer to menu items and dialog controls when they receive focus. Why is this important? When you are using ZoomText and magnification is turned on, the entire screen…

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New England Low Vision & Blindness Gift Card Care Technology Top Choices Training

Give a Boost to Local Businesses  — Continue buying gift cards. For many small businesses, positive cash flow is the primary factor in whether they survive this economic downturn. Buying gift cards is a great way to get them the cash they need now, while still providing value for yourself down the road. Even better,…

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March Madness 2020 Sale - Extended until May 31, 2020 Care Smart Homes Technology Training

New England Low Vision and Blindness is having a March Final Four sale! Take advantage of these savings today, our March Sale has been extended until May 31, 2020. To help get you started, please consider these incredible ideas: Technology Buy one, get the 2nd system for equal or lesser value for 15% off! Portables…

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Michelle Perkins Recommends this Talkback Guide Education Tech Tips Technology Training

Michelle Perkins, Senior Assistive Technology Specialist & Trainer at New England Low Vision and Blindness recommends this quick reference guide when teaching the Android in an Apple world. Michelle suggests that if you are teaching someone who is visually impaired and or using TalkBack, this young lady has some very informative YouTube Videos. Live Accessible. …

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I’m Scared to Live Alone with Macular Degeneration Care Macular Degeneration Resources Smart Homes Training

“I live alone and worry about what’s going to happen to me.” This is not only a concern for those who have macular degeneration but for many people with perfect vision, especially those of a ‘certain’ age, ie. seniors. Living alone and being alone People live alone by choice or by circumstances. Decisions made when…

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Free $100 Gift Card Announcements Care News Technology Top Choices Training

Are you looking for the perfect gift for a loved one how is legally blind or has low vision, but not sure what to choose?* You’re In Luck – New England Low Vision & Blindness Now Offers Gift Certificates AND this Free $100 Gift Card will get you started! (Limited supply, while supplies last, certain…

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NELVB Training Services Testimonial - TEDx Youth Talk Care Training

Michelle Perkins, Senior Assistive Technology Specialist & Trainer at New England Low Vision and Blindness recently received a wonderful thank you from someone that she helped through our Training services. “Good Morning Everyone, I wanted to send a thank you to all of you!  This weekend our son, Sam Borek, got the opportunity to give…

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New England Low Vision and Blindness (NELVB) is growing and looking to hire an Assistive Technology Specialist & Trainer – an exciting full-time, salaried position! The Assistive Technology Specialist & Trainer teaches consumers who are blind and visually impaired, as well as those who work with them, to use assistive technology in schools, businesses, homes,…

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National Trade-In Your Old Clunker Month Technology Training

June is National Trade-In Your Old Clunker Month. Why settle for a loud, slow, gigantic, unreliable, rusty difficult to use old “CCTV” clunker? Consider investing in yourself or your client by taking advantage of National Trade-In Your Old Clunker Month and let the trained low vision specialists at New England Low Vision and Blindness help you…

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