Informative Presentation for Blind & Visually Impaired Scheduled at Greenwich Library

Foundation Fighting BlindnessThe Westchester-Fairfield Chapter of the Foundation Fighting Blindness is presenting a program about Services and resources available to the Visually Impaired in Connecticut and New York State. The speaker presentation is Sunday, April 19 at Greenwich Library from 2:00pm – 3:30pm (with registration and networking with light refreshments from 1:30-m to 2:00pm).

Attendees will have the unique opportunity to tap into the expertise of both Johnny Vega a social worker with the CT Dept of Rehabilitative Services Bureau of Education and Services for the Blind, and Ed Plumacher who is Director of Vision Services, APEX Rehabilitation Management.

These experts are great resources for information on services for the blind and visually impaired. Bring your questions, learn about services for the visually impaired, and connect with others experiencing vision loss. Family and friends are welcome and encouraged to attend.

There is no cost to attend the presentation, though RSVPs are greatly appreciated. RSVP by April 16th to Viviana Olvera-Matasaru at 212-244-1470
or VOlvera-Matasaru@FightBlindness.org

(A chapter leadership meeting will follow the speaker presentation – all are welcome!)

The event is open to the public and will convene in the Greenwich Library meeting room. Greenwich Library is located at 101 West Putnam Ave.

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