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RECENT NEWS:

My Blind Spot(MBS) is partnering with sitecues by Ai Squared, the makers of the ZoomText family of products and Window-Eyes, to ensure the organization’s website is easier to see, hear, and use for people who are low vision, visually impaired, or print disabled. By partnering with sitecues, MBS ensures that all people can access the organization’s website without the need of costly assistive or adaptive tools.

Full Article:

http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/12/prweb12392392.htm


 

My Blind Spot is proud to announce our partnership with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) to enhance the usability and accessibility of the department’s website (http://wdfw.wa.gov/) for people of all abilities, most notably for people who are blind, visually impaired and print disabled. Through this collaboration My Blind Spot continues to work on our mission to advance equal access and promote understanding, respect, and opportunity for people who are blind, visually impaired and print disabled.

Read More Here:

http://myblindspot.org/2014/11/05/mbs-partners-with-the-washington-department-of-fish-and-wildlife-wdfw/

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An organization dedicated to helping blind, visually impaired  and print disabled individuals live, achieve, and prosper.

A message from Albert J. Rizzi, Founder of My Blind Spot

Each of us in one way or another has a blind spot in our lives.  When I first came to be blind, I found I was forever running into literal and virtual walls—dead ends that blocked my assimilation into the blind community and hindered my participation in mainstream society. Without my sight, not only did the world become invisible to me, but I learned how it felt to be unseen.

So My Blind Spot was founded. My Blind Spot is a place where people of all visual abilities can come together and gain a clear view to independence, empowerment, and inclusion. It is our hope to be not just a resource, but a force that empowers individuals and society as a whole: one spot where people of all visual abilities can find answers and support.

Albert J. Rizzi


Access Equals Ability. Infinite Possibilities