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Keith Testa

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Magnifiers of various strengths and sizes. 0

May 27, 2014
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Tim uses glare-reducing glasses and a hand-held magnifier to read. 0

May 27, 2014
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Jewett O’Connor uses a pen tool that allows you to place stickers on an item and then assign a voice recording to it. Users then scan the sticker and hear their voice describe the item, a particularly handy tool for labeling spices and such in the kitchen. 0

May 27, 2014
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It’s the eye doctor vision gizmo thingy (name unofficial). 0

May 27, 2014
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Denise Caruso guides Tim through the phone book with a magnifier that boosts text size by 10 times. Can you grab the number for Domino’s while you’re in there? 0

May 27, 2014
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The New Hampshire Association For The Blind is housed in a former parochial school on Walker Street. 0

May 27, 2014
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Denise Caruso illuminates an eye chart used when first meeting with clients. Charts are often stationed only 10 feet away from clients, rather than the customary 20 feet. 0

May 27, 2014
Say cheese

ConcordTV gets in on the selfie craze

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May 27, 2014
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BlindTim-CI-052714

Tim gets a feel for walking down stairs without the benefit of sight. Thanks to some training from the New Hampshire Association For The Blind, he made it safely – and he didn’t even peek. 0

May 27, 2014

Celebrating the very best of Concord

The Cappies, like Christmas or that day you clean your house, come but once a year, and ready or not, it’s that time again. Of course we get reminders of how great our city is on a daily basis, and this year there were even songs inspired by our annual best-of-the-best awards, like Pharrell’s megasmash,… 0

May 20, 2014