What does this mean for the Blind and Visually Impaired?
MECHANICSBURG, Pa. Jan. 26, 2011 Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry
More importantly, emergency preparedness information is vital before and during a time of crisis and it is imperative that those individuals who are blind or visually impaired receive real-time communication in the event of an emergency.
Pennsylvania Elaine Welch
In addition, PAB has partnered with the American Red Cross of the Susquehanna Valley to conduct 15 Outreach Programs to educate and survey the community on current broadband connectivity and appropriate emergency preparedness management.
By completing the survey, you will provide PAB with the information to help overcome the challenges of connectivity that many people are facing in a time where telecommunications is becoming essential for living an independent life. PAB’s goal is to provide the blind and visually impaired community with the resources they need to live independently in their homes and to live product lives.
Clearfield Assn Pittsburgh Hazleton Blind Assn Lackawanna
SOURCE Pennsylvania Association for the Blind