Independence Now’s Assistive Technology Lending Library gives community members access to supportive devices free of charge.
As part of our Independent Living History series and in recognition of March being Women’s History Month, we’re recognizing the contributions of a local woman to events in Disability History.
With some of the CARES Act funding, Independence Now was able to purchase a laptop for Ms. Annette and, because Annette is blind, the computer was loaded with JAWS software so that it would be more accessible for her to use.
IN’s Smartphone Boot Camp teaches consumers who are blind or have low vision about the accessibility features on smartphones so they can learn how to use one independently.
The core service of Centers for Independent Living that we are featuring this month is Independent Living Skills Training. As a reminder, Independent Living skills are skills that increase the independence of a person with a disability because they handle more daily activities on their own without the support of others. At Independence Now, we[…]
Independence Now Honors Word Sight Day with A Reflection on Lighting Your Path by Rochelle Harrod.