This presentation will highlight Helen Keller National Center for Deaf-Blind Youth and Adults’(HKNC’s) Confident Living Program (CLP) for older adults 55 and “better” who have combined vision and hearing loss.
This webinar will discuss resilience and how we can proactively cultivate it in our lives. Becky will discuss ten healthy practices and answer your questions.
Ten Practices to Cultivate Resilience: Becky's 10 best practices to cultivate resilience
The APH ConnectCenter offers curated advice and resources to assist children, parents, adults, job seekers who are blind or visually impaired, and their associated professionals, leading to greater independence and success in their lives.
Audio description provides a verbal version of the visual. Using words that are succinct, vivid, and imaginative, describers convey the visual image that is not fully accessible to a significant segment of the population and not fully realized by the rest of us--the rest of us, sighted folks who see but who may not observe.
Dr. Swenor discussed her research examining the interrelationship between vision loss and aging, including how visual impairment affects cognitive functioning and risk of dementia, as well as describe potential interventions and future work needed to maximize the health, functioning, and well-being of individuals with visual impairments.
The iCanConnect program was authorized by Congress to provide funding for equipment and training to help individuals of all ages who are deafblind to be able to communicate. This presentation from Friday, June 19, gives an overview of the program, how to refer individuals, case studies of how the program has helped, and more.
Imperative Movement can be broken down into two parts:
Imperative - non-negotiable. It's something that must be. For life, there must be water. For humans, we must have oxygen, Imperative means, "there is no alterative."