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Join Minnesota Seniors with Vision Loss for our Possibilities Fair

Too often, blindness and vision loss keeps seniors from living the independent, productive lives that they want for themselves. Join us on Wednesday, May 15 to meet and learn from one another.

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Three students bake cookies in the training centers kitchen


Located in the Twin Cities, one of the nation’s top-three training centers for blind people teaches the skills of daily living, braille literacy, cane travel, and assistive technology.

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Our student-led organization teaches the skills of self-advocacy and hosts fun socials that equip blind and low-vision students with a powerful network.

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A smiling senior woman reads a Braille book


Adjusting to life with vision loss can be a challenge, and our network has helped hundreds of people learn to live independently.

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A blind man smiles in a coffee shop while he listens to NFB-NEWSLINE on his laptop.


NFB-NEWSLINE is a free audio news service for anyone who is blind, low-vision, or print-disabled that offers access to publications, job listings, and more.

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