The ability to work, pay your bills, vote, participate in the community, etc., may seem like basic concepts, even rights, to most of us. But what if you lose your sight? For someone who is blind, has a vision impairment, or other disability, independence is all of these things.
Ever wonder what goes on at the museum after hours? "Minds of All Kinds" is a sensory friendly, fully accessible event for all ages. It’s happening at the Science Museum of Virginia this fall and includes an audio described movie...
Through LIVE AUDIO DESCRIPTION, we will marry the critical visual elements with the fun and explosively funny family dialogue that make this popular musical a memorable experience for all who are vision-impaired.
“There is no better way to thank God for your sight than by giving a helping hand to someone in the dark.” Helen Keller
The Board of Virginia Voice is honoring the memory and legacy of Jim Wark in a very special way.