Helping Clients Connect with Crafts

Individuals who are blind or vision impaired can successfully do many different types of crafts. Join us to learn about common adaptations that are used for adapting a variety of crafts. Our panelists represent the NFB Krafters Division, ACB Crafters, Mitzy Kits, and Hadley. Each of them will share about their programs and products.

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Resource Roundtable

Searching for resources specific to vision loss? Have some to share? Discover and share tips, unique to vision loss, for connecting to the information and support you are looking for. Resource Roundtable meets the 3rd Tuesday of every month at 7pm Central Time. For the Zoom information, go to hadley.edu/ResourceChat to sign up for a...

Free

Hadley Growers

If you have a green thumb (or you'd like to have one) join us as we swap success stories, talk about our favorite plants, and generally 'dish the dirt' on all things horticultural. Hadley Growers meets the 3rd Wednesday of every month at 4pm Central Time. For the Zoom information, go to hadley.edu/Gardening to sign...

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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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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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Get Up and Go!

You CAN stay physically active, no matter your level of vision or fitness! Continue to enjoy recreational activities with Hadley's Get Up and Go discussion group. Get Up and Go! meets the 1st Tuesday of every month at 7pm Central Time. For the Zoom information, go to hadley.edu/GetUp to sign up for a free account....

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Travel Talk

Pack your bags and join Travel Talk to discover tips and tricks, and share your own experience, of traveling with vision loss. Travel Talk meets the 1st Wednesday of every month at 4pm Central Time. For the Zoom information, go to hadley.edu/Travel to sign up for a free account. This will save your settings and...

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Crafting Circle

Online

From knitting to scrapbooking, quilting to sculpting, we will share ideas, tips, and tricks to enjoy many creative endeavors. Crafting Circle meets the 2nd Wednesday of every month at 4pm Central Time. For the Zoom information, go to hadley.edu/Crafting to sign up for a free account. This will save your settings and give you access...

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Writers’ Circle

Help spark your creative energies, share your writing experiences, offer advice, and gain insight from others. Writers' Circle meets the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 7pm Central Time. For the Zoom information, go to hadley.edu/Writers to sign up for a free account. This will save your settings and give you access to all discussion...

Free

Resource Roundtable

Searching for resources specific to vision loss? Have some to share? Discover and share tips, unique to vision loss, for connecting to the information and support you are looking for. Resource Roundtable meets the 3rd Tuesday of every month at 7pm Central Time. For the Zoom information, go to hadley.edu/ResourceChat to sign up for a...

Free

Hadley Growers

If you have a green thumb (or you'd like to have one) join us as we swap success stories, talk about our favorite plants, and generally 'dish the dirt' on all things horticultural. Hadley Growers meets the 3rd Wednesday of every month at 4pm Central Time. For the Zoom information, go to hadley.edu/Gardening to sign...

Free

Independent & Daily Living Skills Training from Hadley- Best Practices in Online Education for the Visually Impaired

This presentation will focus on Hadley resources focused on helping people live independently and improving their daily living skills. We will discuss Hadley’s history, recent research and testing, and best education practices for the visually impaired. A demo of Hadley’s website will be included, focusing on how to engage resources for your blind and low...

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