Dating service for the blind
It may be obtained at any Department of Motor Vehicles office. Maine State Library Talking Book Program provides books and magazines in a recorded cassette or disc format to people who are visually impaired, blind, or physically handicapped.Applications are available from the Maine State Library and from public library service centers throughout the state, or by calling the Special Services toll-free numbers: 1-800-762-7106 The mission of the State Rehabilitation Council for the Blind and Visually Impaired is to provide leadership and diverse viewpoints in partnership with the Division for the Blind and Visually Impaired to develop and evaluate programs and services; to identify priorities that help create opportunities, increase independence and broaden access to the workplace for citizens of all ages who are blind or visually impaired.
We offer tools and training for employment and for helping seniors remain independent and active.
As Minnesota’s accessible reading source we also transcribe books and other materials into alternative formats, including audio and braille. "Minnesota Conservation Volunteer is your guide to wild Minnesota.
We assist Minnesotans who are blind, Deaf Blind, losing vision, or who have another disability that makes it difficult to read print. We've also created a Tips for Using Our New Website page. This flagship publication of the Department of Natural Resources delivers in-depth, in-the-field coverage of the state's outdoor news and conservation issues.
Programming can be streamed to your smartphone on the Sero app, or listened to via the web.
RTB archives programs for a week online so you can catch a broadcast you missed.