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Assistive technology in the workplace Preparing for a medical emergency when visually impaired during a pandemic February is Age Related Macular Degeneration Awareness Month Bookshare and NLS are libraries to love Dining out tips for Valentine’s Day Schedule your eye exam during Low Vision Awareness Month Stay active this winter with these adaptive sports The way I see it: Ann Harrison-Barnes Mentoring: what is it and what are the benefits? Glaucoma National Awareness Month Braille is still relevant even in the year 2020 The way I see it holiday edition: Bridgit Kuenning-Pollpeter Holiday gift ideas for visually impaired adults and children The Way I See It: Heather Pfeifer Amazon Smile Eating healthy as a visually impaired diabetic on Thanksgiving Audio description Breaking Barriers: Where to turn to when experiencing vision loss Winter Travel Safety Tips for the Visually Impaired Halloween Safety Tips for Visually Impaired Children Understanding Social Security Benefits White Cane Safety Day Recognizes Visually Impaired Independence Job opportunities for the blind: Finding the right fit How reading systems help people with low vision How Instacart is helping people with visual impairments Transportation guide for people with vision loss Three tips for supporting a blind coworker What is adaptive technology? The importance of enrichment programs Summer activities for blind or visually impaired kids Vision Beyond Sight How to protect your eyes this Fourth of July Stop skipping your eye exams: part two Employment Application Jobs for the blind and visually impaired Giving back to the Omaha community Ken Blackman Flourishes at Outlook Outlook Safety Milestone Challenges Inspire Growth Finding Outlook Creates New Path Five ways you can help Outlook Nebraska How the blind or visually impaired can use the Uber app Brian Becomes a Key Team Player in Production Facility, on Goalball Court James Harvey hits his stride at Outlook Nebraska KETV: Blind man gets job, gives back through Outlook Nebraska Five Visually Impaired Associates Promoted at Outlook Nebraska Lindsey Theis shares the story of Outlook Nebraska with KMTV Youth Emergency Services and Heartland Family Service were Victorious in the First-Ever Outlook Nebraska TP Bowl Outlook Nebraska Completes First Step of Expansion Project Outlook Nebraska Associates Get Their Game On During Goalball League Visually Impaired Teens Overcome Barriers on the Ski Slopes People Who are Blind and Visually Impaired Benefit from Outlook Nebraska’s Vision Beyond Sight Banquet Find Just The Right Gift for Your Visually Impaired Loved One Seeing Beyond Disability in the Workplace Man’s Best Friend is Most Reliable Too: Guide Dogs Offer Independence, Companionship to Blind Owners Outlook Nebraska Launches Major Expansion Blind Teen Discovers Additional Talents through ONI Programs Steven Knapp to Lead Outlook Nebraska’s Board of Directors; Ralph Dovali Named Treasurer Waltermeyer, Thalken and Wichman Join Outlook Nebraska Tee It Up Fore Sight Raises Money for Blind Teens Mike Wells Joins Outlook Nebraska as Commercial Account Representative Joe Schaffner Joins ONI Board of Directors Outlook Nebraska Youth Program Encourages Blind Teens to Try New Adventures Outlook Nebraska Hosts First Community Resource Fair for Those Dealing with Vision Loss Eric Stueckrath, CEO, Appointed President of National Blind Employment Advocacy Group Uber Eases Transportation Challenges ONI Receives 2014 Innovator of the Year Award Following a Dream: ONI’s Jason McKown Outlook Nebraska, Inc. Promotes Plutschak to Human Resource Director

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