New Jersey Foundation for the Blind teaching visually-impaired to use iPads

One Morris County organization is using technology to open up a world of possibilities for the blind. The New Jersey Foundation for the Blind has

The class focuses on using the devices to help students better perform daily tasks.

The class focuses on using the devices to help students better perform daily tasks. (4/11/13)

DENVILLE - One Morris County organization is using technology to open up a world of possibilities for the blind.

The New Jersey Foundation for the Blind has launched a training program that helps visually impaired students learn how to use an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch.

The class focuses on using the devices to help students better perform daily tasks.

Anyone who is interested in this training can contact the program's director, Linda Groszew, at 973-627-0055, ext. 312.

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