Justine’s AT Story

Her story is one that begins with a love of art and ends with a return to independence. Justine Horlander is an Indianapolis native diagnosed with Retinitis Pigmentosa Inversa. It is a disease that she was already familiar with. Her mother, grandmother and eight-year-old son, Nathan, all have some form of Retinitis Pigmentosa (RP), an optical disease caused by damage to […]

Even More Recources for Visually Impaired: Digital Media Follow-Up

We received some very useful feedback on our recent post Digital Books and Media: Access for Visually Impaired.  Here are a few more resources to add to the list, as well as an update.* ReadHowYouWant – This organization works to convert text into large print, braille, and DAISY formats.  They have teamed up with over […]

Demo Day for Low Vision in Evansvillle

For the folks down or around Evansville, we’ve got another Demo Day coming your way.  The focus of this Demo Day is Low Vision assistive technology, and will take place on February 2, 2010.   Anyone interested in learning more about devices for the visually impaired can sign up for a half hour appointment. Some of […]

Low Vision Product Demo in Lafayette

INDATA is hosting a free demonstration day in Lafayette, Indiana on January 28. Attending a demo is easy! Simply contact Carol Girt, Loan Librarian, at cgirt@eastersealscrossroads.org or 888-466-1314 to schedule your free, half-hour appointment.  Carol will meet you at the Regenstrief Center on Purdue’s campus so you can get your hands on assistive technology relating […]