Tips and Tricks Around the House

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We’ve all come to vision loss in different ways and times in our lives. Here’s an opportunity to ask those, “How do you do this?” questions and share tried and true techniques with one another. Join Elizabeth for this open chat. Disclaimer: The purpose of this group is for peer support only. It is not...

Resistance Training 101

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It’s time for an upper body workout using resistance bands. Hand weights, Soup cans, or other household items can be substituted. These exercises can be done sitting or standing. Let’s all get moving with Leslie Spoone, Certified Aerobic Instructor and Personal Trainer.   Reoccurring every Thursday.

Remote Braille Challenge Finals Webinar Series #4 Get Moving and Get Motivated with Goalball Paralympian, Tyler Merren

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Join for a workshop on adaptive exercises and goal setting for success led by a three-time Paralympian! Tyler Merren is a three-time Paralympian and two-time team medalist. Merren is currently training with the USA Men’s Goalball Team as they prepare for the 2020 Paralympic Games in Tokyo, Japan that was rescheduled for August 2021 due...

Family Program: Touch this Art! In Celebration of the Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act

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Enjoy a hands-on art making adventure for children and their families. For this program, we’ll celebrate the Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) with the theme: Touch This Art! Participate in-person or watch a pre-recorded video! Designed by Rishika Kartik, this artmaking activity will engage participants of all ages in abstract art, Clyfford...

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Braille Study Group (ongoing)

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Our Braille study group meets every Saturday at 11:30 AM Eastern, and is led by staff and volunteers at NYPL's Andrew Heiskell Braille and Talking Book Library. We are open to anyone: whether you are a Braille beginner or fully fluent, blind or sighted, you are welcome to attend. We know that studying Braille at...

Youth of Tomorrow: Informational Interview with a Lawyer and Teacher

Youth of Tomorrow: Informational Interview with a Lawyer and Teacher Youth of Tomorrow will build on their informational interview skills by meeting an expert in the field of law and disability rights. This month we will meet Dan Hodges, a community leader and visionary in the field of disability rights. He recently completed his JD...

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Apps We Like and How to Use Them:

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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...

Easy Chair Yoga

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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.

The Ins and Outs of Sight Loss Later in Life:

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If you or someone you care about is losing sight and the days of youth are behind you, come join us as we discuss the unique issues and feelings you may be experiencing. This is your time to talk about your journey and hear from those who have taken it before you and can empathize...

Tech It Out

Join us to learn tips about everyday technology, ask your questions, and share your own experiences. Tech It Out meets the 4th Tuesday of every month at 7pm Central Time. For the Zoom information, go to hadley.edu/TechItOut to sign up for a free account. This will save your settings and give you access to all...

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ECC Webinar for Administrators

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Expanded Core Curriculum (ECC): An Educational and Legal Requirement Description: Educators have a legal and ethical responsibility to ensure that students with Visual Impairment, Including Blindness have opportunities to gain skills in the Expanded Core Curriculum (ECC). The ECC refers to nine specialized areas of instruction that form a framework for conducting assessments and planning...

What’s Cooking?

Join us as we explore tips, tricks, and fun things to try. Share your favorite recipes, gadgets, and helpful hacks for cooking with visual impairment. What's Cooking? meets the 4th Wednesday of every month at 4pm Central Time. For the Zoom information, go to hadley.edu/Cooking to sign up for a free account. This will save...

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