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The Low Vision Center is a nonprofit organization that helps people with low vision maintain their independence. Located in Bethesda, Maryland, we offer information services as well as a demonstration area full of a variety of low vision aids and ideas.LowVisionCtr@aol.com
The Low Vision Center offers its resources without charge, relying entirely upon personal contributions to fund its varied services.
I invite you to browse our web site for more information about our services, as well as
helpful hints for improving your vision. Some examples include:
October POB newsletterThe October issue of Your Eyes Today, the newsletter of the Macular Degeneration Network of the Prevention of Blindness Society of Metropolitan Washington (POB), can now be downloaded from www.youreyes.org/images/stories/newsletters/2015/YourEyesOct2015.pdf. Check it for information about many interesting events coming in October and November.
To subscribe to this newsletter on-line, visit http://www.youreyes.org/modify-your-subscription.
Lunch and Learn Oct. 15Terry Eason, Executive Director of LVC, will be the guest speaker at the Lunch and Learn meeting sponsored by the Prevention of Blindness Society of Metropolitan Washington.
Thursday, Oct. 15
Friendship Heights Village Center
To register and reserve a light lunch, call the Village Center at 301-656-2797.
World Sight Day October 8October 8, 2015, is World sight Day. To learn more about this annual event, visit www.iapb.org/wsd15.
"Walk Our Way" Family Fun Day October 24Join DBVI in Chantilly, Virginia, in raising awareness of blindness while enjoying games, technology displays, walking with a vision simulator, vision and hearing screenings, all free. Find more information at http://www.clb.org/calendar/walk-our-way/.
Assistive Technology Financing Loan ProgramThe Assistive Technology Financing Loan Program is a low interest funding source for District of Columbia residents with disabilities to purchase assistive technology devices and services. If you live in DC, find out more by visiting www.atpdc.org and select "Financing Loan Program.
Smithsonian commemorates ADAThrough December 17, the Smithsonian American History Museum is hosting an exhibit commemorating the 25th anniversary of the enactment of the Americans With Disabilities Act. Find more information at http://americanhistory.si.edu/exhibitions/artifact-walls-americans-disabilities-act-1990-2015
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