The Older Individuals Who are Blind – Technical Assistance Center (OIB-TAC) regularly hosts live forums to allow professionals to converse with designated experts on a specific topic through comments posted on our Community of Practice.
The Older Individuals who are Blind (OIB) Technical Assistance Center hosted an inaugural OIB Program Manager’s Technical Assistance Conference September 10-12 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
There are lots of Talking Books or audiobooks available to help you better adjust to and cope with your vision loss. You can find books about your visual condition and biographies about people just like you who have gone through similar vision loss experience and learned how to live independently, be productive, and enjoy life—otherwise, they would not have a book. You can ask the librarian to help you find some, or use the digital online options search by visual impairment or the specific eye condition.
This webinar on March 20, 2020 provided a brief overview of albinism and descriptions of the National Organization for Albinism and Hypopigmentation (NOAH) programs and services for people with alb
A lot of my grantees are closed due to the safety of staff. I am curious if this is happening in other states who have CILS and grantees within their OIB program? Thanks.
The Older Individuals who are Blind Technical Assistance Center is a development of the National Research & Training Center on Blindness and Low Vision (NRTC) at Mississippi State University, focused on agencies serving older individuals who are blind (OIB). This grant (#H177Z150003) is funded by the Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA) under the U.S. Department of Education.