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Man walking with white cane.

White Cane Gifts

In 2018, over 400 people in Wisconsin who are blind or visually impaired received a free white cane from the Council. For those people who received their first white cane, or replaced a well-worn one, having that cane means they can safely cross the street, walk confidently through their surroundings, and be recognized as someone… Continue Reading White Cane Gifts

Amy Hatten

Student Spotlight: Amy Hatten

2019 Council scholarship recipient Amy Hatten has learned that the more she accepts herself as a person, the greater her success in life. She is currently a second year graduate student at the University of Wisconsin – Madison, pursuing a degree in Rehabilitation Psychology. She sat down with Katherine Corbett, Council Writer, for a discussion… Continue Reading Student Spotlight: Amy Hatten

AUDIO recordings

About the Wisconsin Talking Book & Braille Library with Katie Malloy

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Macular Degeneration: 
A Conversation with Dr. Sanbrita Mondal

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Eleven Amazing Accessible iPhone and Android Apps
 

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Toolkits

White Cane Safety Day Resource Toolkit

Our toolkit provides inspiration, examples and helpful hints as you plan for and promote this important day.

Adapting to Low Vision

This booklet is a beginning guide for lifestyle adaptation to low vision.

A Welcoming Main Street

A guide for providing quality customer service for those with vision impairments.

Making Digital Content Accessible and Inclusive

This resource offers tips to make social media content more accessible to people using screen readers.

Find the COuncil on YouTube

Featured Video: When you encounter someone with vision loss

Arrive Together

SMBMad: Social Media for All Presentation

Dining in the Dark Training