Narration Voice: A DeafBlind woman walks with her guide dog.
Narration Voice: A child with low vision explores arts & crafts.
Narration Voice: A girl with low vision learns to read.
Narration Voice: Megan Dausch, the Accessibility Specialist at Helen Keller.
Megan: Accessibility affects everyone. Accessibility should be integral and not just an afterthought.
Narration Voice: Brendan Sweeney, a boy with vision loss speaks to us in a theater before his camp performance.
Brendan: Everyone sometimes has the same challenges and you’re not alone.
Narration Voice: A DeafBlind woman uses adaptive technology.
With equal access, people who are blind, have low vision, or are DeafBlind can unlock their inner Ability.
Narration Voice: The words Access and Ability come together and a door opens.
Help create greater AccessAbility for all.
Donate today to Helen Keller Services. [End of Transcript]