Join Northwest Association for Blind Athletes in a fun and fully accessible yoga flow! Please contact us for the Zoom meeting information.
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We hope that this email finds you well. We invite you to join us at our upcoming Virtual Verbal Description Program, created in partnership with the New York Public Library of the Performing Arts, on Friday, November 20 from 1:00-3:00pm EST. Designed for individuals who are blind or have low vision, this free virtual tour is...
The Arizona affiliate is hosting an IEP seminar for parents of blind children, education professionals, and students. This is Taking place over zoom and this is open to everyone nationally. We are inviting all those who are interested in finding out more about the education process for children in early intervention age through high school....
Join Northwest Association for Blind Athletes in a fun and fully accessible Pilates clinic! Please contact us for the Zoom meeting information.
Let’s take a deeper dive into both phone and computer apps we are using. We will have longer demonstrations of apps from There's an App for that, and any other apps we find useful are fair game. While different apps may be brought by the facilitator, we invite attendees to come with their favorite apps...
All you need is a chair, some comfortable clothes, and no shoes and together we can enjoy a relaxing and stress-free hour in the comfort of our own homes. Hosted by Leslie Spoone, Certified Aerobic Instructor and Personal Trainer.
Learn how to encourage and facilitate the understanding of bricks and their manipulation. Watch, in a real school setting, children participating in two playful activities: Save the Turtles and Caterpillar into Butterfly.
Join Northwest Association for Blind Athletes in a fun and fully accessible intermediate level full body workout circuit! Please contact us for the Zoom meeting information.
Discover fun ways to introduce brick position and the importance of their orientation. View children as they learn and understand, through play, about vertical/horizontal in Find the Crazy Duck, and right-side-up positioning in Apple Trees.