VISION Groups are a great resource for: - People were recently diagnosed with a visual impairment. - Those who have been living with vision loss for a while. - Anyone supporting a person with a visual impairment, including spouses, adult children, friends, and caregivers. At these events, IN-SIGHT staffers Chris Butler, Lucille Gaboriault, and Doreen […]
A hands on demonstration of popular, low cost, easy to use tools that can help make everyday taks much easier such as 20/20 pens, writing guides, bump dots, kitchen tools, large print items, and more.
An estimated 22,000 Rhode Islanders are living with a visual impairment, which is expected to dramatically increase as the Baby Boomer generation ages. However, living with a visual impairment does not mean people must give up on the things they love. It just means learning to adapt to a new way of doing those things. […]
An overview of how using magnification, lighting, and glare control tools can help people with their reading and other goals. Hands on demonstration of various products including the pros and cons of each.
Our book club features lively discussions about titles that the group agrees to read each month. All the books are available for free through the free Talking Books program. This group meets in-person at IN-SIGHT and virtually via Zoom.
Join Vision Rehabilitation Teacher Carla Ferreira for this hands on workshop that will provide practice in a variety of important kitchen skills including slicing, measuring, pouring, and safely using the oven. This is a great workshop for people who don’t do as much cooking as they used to due to their visual impairment.