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A New Set of Wheels for Our Seniors

A New Set of Wheels for Our Seniors

Consider every place you travel in an average month. For most of us, this includes round trips to work, stops to run errands, going to the grocery store, visits with friends, as well as medical appointments and leisure activities. For nearly 90%...

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Seeing Farther Without Vision

Seeing Farther Without Vision

Ed Marin of Fair Oaks was diagnosed with retinitis pigmentosa (RP) 20 years ago – but he didn’t start using a white cane until this year. “That’s not good,” Ed said. “I should have started using the cane five years ago, but I didn’t know it could...

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The Power of Connection

The Power of Connection

On behalf of Society for the Blind and everyone we serve, I want to extend a BIG Thank You to everyone who participated in the Big Day of Giving on May 2. Our goal was to raise $27,000 for our CareersPLUS Youth Program, and your contributions...

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Many Hands Make Light Work

Many Hands Make Light Work

I heard the phrase “many hands make light work” often as I was growing up. It was the signal that everyone needed to pitch in to get a task done, set up for a dinner party or clean up after the event. What I recall most from these...

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