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L.A.B. on KTAL – Living Local

L.A.B. on KTAL – Living Local

Louisiana Association for the Blind's new CEO Brian Patchett and Alison Young visit KTAL Channel 6's Living Local segment and talk about L.A.B.'s Mission, Vision Services, and our online Office Supply website. View their segment here.

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Taylor Benjamin Jamison Bio

Taylor Benjamin Jamison Bio

Taylor B. Jamison is the Principal Regulatory and Political Affairs Analyst at Trinity Operating. He is tasked with leading and developing government relation initiatives in Louisiana and Texas. As a seasoned marketer, Taylor leverages his vast marketing background to...

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The Dotted Debate

With audiobooks, smart phones, and the ease of access of information via the internet, do we still need to know braille? Some argue the need to learn braille is not as important since audio surrounds us, but I disagree. One of the perks of the ADA (Americans with...

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No Guide Dogs Allowed?

In 2002, I was told about a program that provided computer training to the visually-impaired. The training center, located in a private home, was operated by a husband and wife who (themselves) were visually-impaired. It was a noble idea; two people providing their...

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The Cost of Accessibility

Access isn’t cheap. Accessible technology allows the disabled contact to a whole new world of learning, employment and entertainment that otherwise wouldn’t be possible; however, accessibility comes with a price tag. Access to a computer using a screen reader can cost...

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