Learn more about the authors of The Outlook From Here in a new series called ‘Writer Profiles.’ Frank Lopez tells all in this week’s profile.
Dan provides some insight into the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) and what they can offer individuals with disabilities. He also reminds us, to “always keep in mind; it’s your own ongoing drive and determination that makes this process successful.”
According to the National Eye Institute (NEI), more than half of Americans will either have a cataract or have had cataract surgery by age 80. Theresa describes her experience before and after cataract surgery in the article, “I was Blind and Now I See?”
Three more of our writers share “Ain’t Blindness a Pain in the Anatomy (ABAPITA)” moments where the blind and sighted worlds collide to make for some amusing interactions.
Wisconsin’s Aging and Disability Resource Centers (ADRCs) have become a national model over the last 10+ years. Learn more about how ADRCs benefit older adults and people with disabilities of our communities in this article.
Learn more about the authors of The Outlook From Here in a new series called ‘Writer Profiles.’ Read more about what makes Ericka Short tick in this week’s profile.
Frank writes about his challenges and achievements as a student and the important role that a mentor can play in your life.
Going to the eye doctor when you’re blind or visually impaired can be nerve wracking. Annika writes a thoughtful letter to eye doctors everywhere that reminds them of five important things to keep in mind when building a relationship with a person with vision loss.