Access Information News Partners are those persons, businesses, organizations, publications, podcasts or newsletters that exchange their time, expertise and reach in order to grow the readership of the Access Information News Publication.
Access Information News, in turn, provides its time, expertise and reach in growing Partner readerships.
Access Information News considers partnerships from those entities that have a proven history of providing current news and trends to the blind, low vision, deaf, hard of hearing, deafblind, neurodivergent and / or disabled communities.
If you think that Access Information News might be a good fit for your business, organization, publication, podcast or newsletter please reach out to our Publisher today at: firstname.lastname@example.org ✉.
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All Access Information News Partners are listed below by partnership date.
Partner Since: November 7th 2022
Partnership: Top Tech Tidbits provides Access Information News with weekly content contributions. Access Information News provides Top Tech Tidbits with weekly content contributions in return.
Website: https://www.toptechtidbits.com 🌐
About: Top Tech Tidbits is the world's #1 online resource for current news and trends in adaptive technology. Adaptive Technology refers to items that are specifically designed for people with disabilities. Adaptive Technology is a subset of Assistive Technology. Adaptive Technology often refers specifically to electronic and information technology access. Review the archive here.
Release Schedule: Top Tech Tidbits is released via email and social media every Thursday morning at 4:00 AM ET.
Subscribe: https://www.toptechtidbits.com/subscribePartnership Information: https://www.toptechtidbits.com/partners.html
Email: email@example.com ✉
Partner Since: September 1st 2023
Partnership: Access Information News publishes ongoing editor-selected articles from Audio Internet Reading Service of Los Angeles (AIRSLA) that we believe will benefit readers. Audio Internet Reading Service of Los Angeles (AIRSLA), in return, promotes Access Information News readership.
Website: https://airsla.info/ 🌐
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org ✉
Phone Voice / Text: (747) 217-1325 ☎
About: The Audio Internet Reading Service of Los Angeles (AIRSLA) produces a wide variety of recordings for the print impaired, i.e., blind, low vision, and cognitively impaired. Printed material is read by a dedicated cast of volunteer readers. AIRSLA also records lectures and talks on eye diseases, new treatments, low vision aids, adaptive technology for the visually impaired, and coping strategies. Additionally, AIRSLA records articles from popular magazines such as Braille Institute, Time Magazine, and The Week, just to name a few. Today, with the advent of the World Wide Web, AIRSLA reaches a global audience; not just its local Los Angeles listeners from its humble beginnings in 2005. The Audio Internet Reading Service of Los Angeles (AIRSLA) is a California non-profit, public benefit corporation with a 501(c)(3), public charity designation from the Internal Revenue Service. Our Tax ID number is 11-3774209.
Partner Since: September 18th 2023
Partnership: Access Information News publishes ongoing editor-selected articles from Hadley that we believe will benefit readers. Hadley, in return, promotes Access Information News readership.
Website: https://hadleyhelps.org/ 🌐
Email: email@example.com ✉
Phone: (800) 323-4238 ☎
Get Started: https://hadleyhelps.org/learn 🎓
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A 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, Hadley relies on contributions from individuals, foundations, and corporations to fund its programs.
About: The mission of Hadley is to create personalized learning opportunities that empower adults with vision loss or blindness to thrive — at home, at work, and in their communities.
Founded in 1920 by William Hadley, an educator who lost his eyesight later in life, Hadley offers practical help, connection and support free of charge to anyone with a visual impairment, their families and professionals supporting them. With Hadley, you can discover new ways to do things that have become more difficult due to vision loss and connect with a network of peers who "get it." And you don't need to come to Hadley. Hadley's help comes to you; online, on the phone or through the mail.
Since relaunching in July 2020, more than 70,000 people have signed up with Hadley, registering more than 200,000 workshop interactions. And our workshops have 98% satisfaction ratings. We reach all 50 states and more than 100 countries. And more people learn braille from Hadley than from any other organization worldwide.
Hadley's help conveniently meets learners where they are. Free of wait lists. Free of office visits. Free of charge.
Partner Since: September 18th 2023
Partnership: Access Information News publishes ongoing editor-selected articles from the National Council for the Blind of Ireland (NCBI) that we believe will benefit readers. National Council for the Blind of Ireland (NCBI), in return, promotes Access Information News readership.
Website: https://www.ncbi.ie/ 🌐
Phone: 1800 911 250 ☎
Make A Referral: https://www.ncbi.ie/supporting-you/make-a-referral/
We are happy to take referrals from anyone who is having significant challenges with their vision that cannot be improved with conventional correction glasses or medical treatment. Our online referral process provides a quick and easy way for you to request services, either for yourself, a family member, or a patient. We contact all new referrals to conduct an assessment.
Your support is Vital, for over 90 years, people like you have helped NCBI make Ireland a better place for those who are blind or vision impaired.
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@ncbilabs 📹
We regularly deliver Technology Podcasts on topics that support you. Show content ranges from chats and debates about the latest Inclusive Tech, Meet the Team interviews, interviews with developers about their latest innovations, Tech Tips, and Seeing it Your Way interviews where we speak to NCBI Service Users about how Technology has enabled them by breaking down barriers and leveling playing fields.
Online Store: https://www.ncbi.ie/shop-with-us/online-store/ 🛒
Shop Low Vision Aids. Our dedicated store supplies a range of household items, magnification aids, daily living aids, and technology devices all designed to assist you to live more independently. Check out our extensive range of low-vision aids, devices, and gadgets all designed to assist you in daily tasks.
Visit our 130+ NCBI stores located across the country and shop for an extensive range of pre-loved quality clothing, accessories, and furniture. NCBI is proud to play a part in promoting environmentally friendly practices through reusing and recycling. We've got something for everyone, you can transform your home and wardrobe for less while helping to fund our vital work around Ireland with people living with sight loss.
About: NCBI's mission is to enable people who are blind and vision impaired to overcome the barriers that impede their independence and participation in society.
Inspired by the determination to overcome any obstacle, NCBI transforms the lives of people who are blind or vision impaired to deliver tangible change to today's needs. We offer timely information and support, relevant technology and innovative programs to sustain those with a vision impairment in education, in the workplace, and in wider society.
The National Council for the Blind of Ireland, the country's leading sight loss charity serving the approximate 55,000 people who are blind or vision impaired to live confidently and independently.
Our suite of programs provides practical and emotional support, rehabilitation and opening pathways to education, employment, and full participation in community and public life. It means raising awareness to ensure children and adults with a significant sight loss have the same opportunities, rights, and choices as anyone else in society.
NCBI works every day across the country with people of all ages, from young babies through to older members of our community. We provide services to approximately 7,000 people each year.
Often when a person learns that they or a loved one — a parent, child or partner — is losing their sight, they have a lot of questions and fears. They are faced with a new version of their life — one that initially seems limited and scary. NCBI empowers those living with sight loss in several meaningful ways to enable them to continue living independent and fulfilling lives. NCBI has a crucial role to play in creating a world without barriers for people with sight loss. We want to support, educate and change how people see sight loss in this country.