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  • 00:42

    Democracy in action for visually impaired people

    in Education

    We talk about a recent survey by the National Industries for the Blind revealing the extent of employer bias against visually impaired people. We also discuss the lawsuits brought by the National Federation for the Blind and National Association of the Deaf over accessible e-commerce sites. And, of course, we talk about our own conference here at CCVIP on Employment and Visual Impairment.
     
    We also continue our conversation with Ancil Torres of the W.R. Torres Foundation in Trinidad and Tobago (part one of the conversation is available here.) We get a chance to hear some of the wonderful music by Camp Can Do students and hear more about the foundation's work in both Trinidad and the U.S.
     
    Please feel free to contact us at CCVIP if you're interested in learning more about what we can do for you. Visit our website or call us at 646-312-1420.
     

  • 00:32

    Part 5: with Kansas Assoc. for the Blind&Visually Impaired

    in Goals

    Since 1920, the Kansas Association for the Blind & Visually Impaired, a 501c3 non-profit organization, has strived to enhance the quality of life, the rights, the independence, and overall opportunity for all blind or visually impaired Kansans.
    Through advocacy, fundraising, various awareness programs, and affiliation with the American Council of the Blind, KABVI has successfully united people with visual impairments and overcome the many challenges brought upon them.
    Nancy Johnson, near blind, has been associated with KABVI since she was in high school and recently was named President of the organization. “The entire staff is truly dedicated to bringing blind and visually impaired people together and letting them know that they can lead a normal life."
    KABVI’s positive effects over the years can be seen in enhanced rights for the blind and visually impaired, the establishment of the Kansas Business Enterprise Program, and enhanced voting accessibility to name a few. Perhaps, the most impressive accomplishment of KABVI is the way they have enriched the lives of so many people, while creating a booming awareness about the opportunities and the issues facing the blind or visually impaired.
    From the scholarships to rehabilitation/consultation, assistive technology to computer refurbishing programs: KABVI aims to educate all of those in search of answers. With the recently developed site www.kabviyouthconnection.com,children, adults,parents, and teachers can connect with one another to interact, find resources, and unite their voices.
    Visit www.kabvi.com, email kabvi@att.net or call 785-235-8990.
     

  • 00:32

    Part 6: with Kansas Assoc. for the Blind&Visually Impaired

    in Goals

    Since 1920, the Kansas Association for the Blind & Visually Impaired, a 501c3 non-profit organization, has strived to enhance the quality of life, the rights, the independence, and overall opportunity for all blind or visually impaired Kansans.
    Through advocacy, fundraising, various awareness programs, and affiliation with the American Council of the Blind, KABVI has successfully united people with visual impairments and overcome the many challenges brought upon them.
    Nancy Johnson, near blind, has been associated with KABVI since she was in high school and recently was named President of the organization. “The entire staff is truly dedicated to bringing blind and visually impaired people together and letting them know that they can lead a normal life."
    KABVI’s positive effects over the years can be seen in enhanced rights for the blind and visually impaired, the establishment of the Kansas Business Enterprise Program, and enhanced voting accessibility to name a few. Perhaps, the most impressive accomplishment of KABVI is the way they have enriched the lives of so many people, while creating a booming awareness about the opportunities and the issues facing the blind or visually impaired.
    From the scholarships to rehabilitation/consultation, assistive technology to computer refurbishing programs: KABVI aims to educate all of those in search of answers. With the recently developed site www.kabviyouthconnection.com, children, adults, parents, and teachers can connect with one another to interact, find resources, and unite their voices.
    For more information visit www.kabvi.com, email kabvi@att.net or supermom1941@sbcglobal.net, or call 785-235-8990.
     

  • 00:31

    Part 4: with Kansas Assoc. for the Blind&Visually Impaired

    in Goals

    Since 1920, the Kansas Association for the Blind & Visually Impaired, a 501c3 non-profit organization, has strived to enhance the quality of life, the rights, the independence, and overall opportunity for all blind or visually impaired Kansans.
    Through advocacy, fundraising, various awareness programs, and affiliation with the American Council of the Blind, KABVI has successfully united people with visual impairments and overcome the many challenges brought upon them.
    Nancy Johnson, near blind, has been associated with KABVI since she was in high school and recently was named President of the organization. “The entire staff is truly dedicated to bringing blind and visually impaired people together and letting them know that they can lead a normal life."
    KABVI’s positive effects over the years can be seen in enhanced rights for the blind and visually impaired, the establishment of the Kansas Business Enterprise Program, and enhanced voting accessibility to name a few. Perhaps, the most impressive accomplishment of KABVI is the way they have enriched the lives of so many people, while creating a booming awareness about the opportunities and the issues facing the blind or visually impaired.
    From the scholarships to rehabilitation/consultation, assistive technology to computer refurbishing programs: KABVI aims to educate all of those in search of answers. With the recently developed site www.kabviyouthconnection.com, children, adults, parents, and teachers can connect with one another to interact, find resources, and unite their voices.
    For more information about the Kansas Association for the Blind & Visually Impaired visit www.kabvi.com, email kabvi@att.net or supermom1941@sbcglobal.net, or call 785-235-8990.

  • 00:31

    Part 3: with Kansas Assoc. for the Blind&Visually Impaired

    in Goals

    Since 1920, the Kansas Association for the Blind & Visually Impaired, a 501c3 non-profit organization, has strived to enhance the quality of life, the rights, the independence, and overall opportunity for all blind or visually impaired Kansans.
    Through advocacy, fundraising, various awareness programs, and affiliation with the American Council of the Blind, KABVI has successfully united people with visual impairments and overcome the many challenges brought upon them.
    Nancy Johnson, near blind, has been associated with KABVI since she was in high school and recently was named President of the organization. “The entire staff is truly dedicated to bringing blind and visually impaired people together and letting them know that they can lead a normal life."
    KABVI’s positive effects over the years can be seen in enhanced rights for the blind and visually impaired, the establishment of the Kansas Business Enterprise Program, and enhanced voting accessibility to name a few. Perhaps, the most impressive accomplishment of KABVI is the way they have enriched the lives of so many people, while creating a booming awareness about the opportunities and the issues facing the blind or visually impaired.
    From the scholarships to rehabilitation/consultation, assistive technology to computer refurbishing programs: KABVI aims to educate all of those in search of answers. With the recently developed site www.kabviyouthconnection.com, children, adults, parents, and teachers can connect with one another to interact, find resources, and unite their voices.
    For more information about the Kansas Association for the Blind & Visually Impaired visit www.kabvi.com, email kabvi@att.net or supermom1941@sbcglobal.net, or call 785-235-8990.

  • 00:32

    Part 2: with Kansas Assoc. for the Blind&Visually Impaired

    in Goals

    Since 1920, the Kansas Association for the Blind & Visually Impaired, a 501c3 non-profit organization, has strived to enhance the quality of life, the rights, the independence, and overall opportunity for all blind or visually impaired Kansans.
    Through advocacy, fundraising, various awareness programs, and affiliation with the American Council of the Blind, KABVI has successfully united people with visual impairments and overcome the many challenges brought upon them.
    KABVI’s positive effects over the years can be seen in enhanced rights for the blind and visually impaired, the establishment of the Kansas Business Enterprise Program, and enhanced voting accessibility to name a few. Perhaps, the most impressive accomplishment of KABVI is the way they have enriched the lives of so many people, while creating a booming awareness about the opportunities and the issues facing the blind or visually impaired.
    From the scholarships to rehabilitation/consultation, assistive technology to computer refurbishing programs: KABVI aims to educate all of those in search of answers. With the recently developed site www.kabviyouthconnection.com, children, adults, parents, and teachers can connect with one another to interact, find resources, and unite their voices.
    For more information about the Kansas Association for the Blind & Visually Impaired visit www.kabvi.com, email kabvi@att.net or supermom1941@sbcglobal.net, or call 785-235-8990.

  • 00:31

    Close-Up with Kansas Assoc. for the Blind&Visually Impaired

    in Goals

    Since 1920, the Kansas Association for the Blind & Visually Impaired, a 501c3 non-profit organization, has strived to enhance the quality of life, the rights, the independence, and overall opportunity for all blind or visually impaired Kansans.
    Through advocacy, fundraising, various awareness programs, and affiliation with the American Council of the Blind, KABVI has successfully united people with visual impairments and overcome the many challenges brought upon them.
    KABVI’s positive effects over the years can be seen in enhanced rights for the blind and visually impaired, the establishment of the Kansas Business Enterprise Program, and enhanced voting accessibility to name a few. Perhaps, the most impressive accomplishment of KABVI is the way they have enriched the lives of so many people, while creating a booming awareness about the opportunities and the issues facing the blind or visually impaired.
    From the scholarships to rehabilitation/consultation, assistive technology to computer refurbishing programs: KABVI aims to educate all of those in search of answers. With the recently developed site www.kabviyouthconnection.com, children, adults, parents, and teachers can connect with one another to interact, find resources, and unite their voices.
    For more information about the Kansas Association for the Blind & Visually Impaired visit www.kabvi.com, email kabvi@att.net or supermom1941@sbcglobal.net, or call 785-235-8990.

  • INNERSIGHT FREEDOM FOUNDATION - "Open ‘Mic’ Night” No Topic, Say What You Like!

    in Self Help

    INNERSIGHT FREEDOM FOUNDATION - "Open ‘Mic’ Night” No Topic, Say What You Like!


    Frank Perino - Host


    Suzanne Tarazi-Ferraro - Co-Host


    Joseph Arian - Engineer


    INNERSIGHT FREEDOM FOUNDATION Means FREEDOM, Equality and Total Accessibility Advocates for the Disabled!

  • 00:02

    MUSIC FROM VISUALLY IMPARIED ARTIST

    in Social Networking

    Click on the links below to listem to music from visually impaired artists.


    http://www.iradeo.com/dankern61/songs-from-the-prairie


    http://www.iradeo.com/dankern61/music-by-dan-kern


    http://www.iradeo.com/dankern61/zach-delgros-master-mixer

  • 00:21

    FAWC (For Anyone Who Care)

    in Lifestyle

    ife drama, children, blended families, culture issues, community concerns, creative people, social concerns, relationships, spirituality, cooking, traveling, dreaming out loud, entrepreneurship, baby mama drama, baby daddy drama, self-esteem, self-worth, teen drama, self-respect, character building, racism, sports, interactive, stinking thinking, mindsets, role models, mentors, bullying, peer pressure, neighborhoods, creative thinking, mental illness, impaired thinking, poor impulses, profiling, social conscience , sense of right and wrong, family dynamics, environments, social justice, moving forward, positive people, integrity, honor, home associations, economy, education, we the consumers, child development, stages of life, liberty, empowerment, embracing life challenges, keep life moving, self-evaluations, assessments, political red tape, it's who you know not what you know