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There is an old adage that says happiness starts at home. This is now more complicated because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Many people, including those with a vision impairment, are sheltering in place and working from home.
Blind since birth, Kristen has never let her visual impairment stop her from accomplishing her dreams.
Since we are in the midst of a pandemic, Outlook encourages people with visual impairments to consider these activities for the blind once it is safe and possible to participate.
Heather’s powerful story reminds us that, even when circumstances change, the fabric of your identity remains the same, especially during challenging times like this pandemic we face.
Students across Nebraska are adjusting to at-home learning. Likewise, families are attempting to assist their kids with lessons provided by schools.
The week of April 19-25 is National Volunteer Week to celebrate it, here are five benefits of volunteering, though this article only scratches the surface.
If you are visually impaired and looking for resources, Outlook Enrichment is here to help during this time of uncertainty.
In the midst of these very challenging times, everyone is being encouraged to stay home and practice social distancing.
Kelli was born blind and developed a passion for the written word as a child and worked hard to overcome her obstacles to become a published writer.
We celebrate the importance of reading by providing several ways in which visually impaired people can enjoy books.