The National Federation of the Blind is the largest and most influential membership organization of blind people in the United States. The NFB seeks to improve blind people’s lives through advocacy, education, research, technology, and programs encouraging independence and self-confidence. The NFB has affiliates and over seven hundred local chapters in all fifty states, plus Washington […]
Oprah Winfrey is famous for her many accomplishments: her talk show, status as one of the richest women in the world, philanthropic generosity and her prowess as a business woman. She is also known for her belief in her fellow man, and that no one, no matter their perceived shortcomings, should be discounted or robbed […]
There is great news for movie goers in Northern Indiana! Showplace 16 in South Bend is the latest theater in Indiana to offer viewers sensory friendly versions of popular, current films. What are sensory friendly films and who will benefit from this new program in South Bend? Families and children with autism or other special […]
Rumor has it that News Corporation CEO and philanthropist Rupert Murdoch has lent his support and money to a fantastic assisstive technology tool! Well, while that might not be inherently true, Murdoch has spent a great deal of time and money helping create and produce The Daily, an interactive newspaper, for the Apple iPad. Although not expressly […]
March is fast approaching. There is a lot to look forward to: warmer weather (fingers crossed), St. Patrick’s Day parades and parties, and the March Madness NCAA basketball tournament. But there is one more reason to be excited for the third month of the year. March is Disability Awareness Month! Each March, the Indiana Governor’s Council for […]
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