• 30 NOV 17
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    Virgin Atlantic Introduces In-flight Entertainment for The Visually Impaired

    Virgin Atlantic has become the first airline to offer entertainment catered to visually impaired passengers. In 1991, Virgin Atlantic, founded by Sir Richard Branson, became the first to reveal individual screens on the back of each customer’s seat and it continues to offer a wide range of films, TV programs and games as part ofRead more →
    • 14 NOV 17
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    Meet Low Vision Visionary Erik Weihenmayer

    Some people climb a metaphorical Mount Everest every day of their lives. A select few climb the actual mountain. A few, very few, scale the summit of the world’s highest mountain without sight and the first to do so was Erik Weihenmayer. It’s one symbol of the life he lives with no barriers. Why wouldRead more →
    • 06 NOV 17
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    FCC Innovations Expo

    We recently attended the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Innovations Expo, a showcase of technologies that advance accessibility for people with vision impairment and other disabilities. It was an exciting look at the innovations that entrepreneurs, technology companies, organizations and academics in the public and private sectors are developing. As FCC Commissioner Mignon L. Clyburn saidRead more →
    • 23 NOV 17
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    About being thankful

    Thanksgiving and the advent of the holidays has us in a reflective mood. We’re thinking about all the things we are thankful for and the inspirational people we have had the privilege to meet this year. Here is what we would like to share with you. First and foremost, we are thankful for our patients.Read more →