Interview with American Council of the Blind of Indiana’s President John Huffman

Today we would like to introduce John Huffman, the current president of the American Council of the Blind of Indiana.  After earning his degree in Political Science at Indiana University and obtaining his Master’s in Labor and Industrial Relations from the University of Illinois, John worked for over 33 years in human resources or equal […]

CAPTCHA Treats Visually Impaired Like Robots

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSarah Norman is the new media intern for the Fall/Winter 09-10 year!  She will be blogging, tweeting and managing content for all of our social media outlets. If you are interested in guest blogging or have information on assistive technology to share, email Sarah at snorman@eastersealscrossroads.org. Signing up for […]

White Cane Safety Day

Ever wonder why people who are visually impaired will often use a white cane?  Why not black or brown?  According to the American Council of the Blind, the white cane originated in Europe when a fellow from Bristol was rendered blind after an accident in 1921.  James Briggs made history when he painted his walking […]