Gift Ideas for People Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired

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Moshi IVR Voice Controlled Talking Alarm Clock
  • A large display or talking watch is useful, but your friend or loved one should have as much input as possible in the selection.
  • A watch or clock that seems "easy to use" for a fully sighted person may not be appropriate for an individual who is blind or has low vision.
  • Find out about how to select a watch or clock.
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The VisionAware "Getting Started" Kit

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People with vision problems can face the future with confidence when they have access to the right information.

  • The VisionAware™ Getting Started kit provides Hope and Help to people experiencing vision loss by assisting them in handling challenges caused by visual impairments.
  • The kit can be downloaded in Spanish or English in accessible formats.
  • You can also sign up with VisionAware to receive free weekly email alerts for more helpful information and tips for everyday living with vision loss.

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