GOALS OF THE SAN ANTONIO LOW VISION
mission is to foster hope, offer help, and promote independence for people with
The San Antonio Low Vision Club is a program of the Low Vision Resource Center, a
non-profit 501(c)(3) organization assisting visually impaired people with
education, mobility assistance, support groups, and socialization. The Low
Vision Club promotes independence for people with limited or no vision. In addition to providing
members with access to valuable information, the club provides the visually
impaired an opportunity to talk with others who share their challenges.
The club's monthly meetings include presentations designed to keep members
informed about the latest
research into eye diseases and how local resources can assist them. They
also offer a professionally-led forum for discussing members' problems and
concerns. Several times a year, the club organizes social gatherings for
its members. It also produces a quarterly newsletter in print and cassette
form and has published a directory of local resources for the visually impaired.
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Low Vision EXPO
Saturday, March 28, 2015
Colonial Hills United Methodist Church
5247 Vance Jackson
9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
- Try out magnifiers and closed circuit TVs.
- Agency representatives available for information and to answer
- Sighted guides available.
For information, call 210-829-4223 or e-mail email@example.com
Presented by the San Antonio Low Vision Resource Center (Low Vision Club/Owl
Owl Radio is a free community service of the Low Vision
Resource Center and is co-sponsored by Texas Public Radio and the San
Antonio Express-News. The service provides daily radio broadcasts
of newspapers, magazines and other information for persons who are
unable to read regular print due to a visual, physical or reading
impairment. The service has been on the air continuously in San
Antonio since March 6, 2002. Service to the Hill Country began
on January 10, 2005. Owl Radio transmits its programming to special
radio receivers provided to qualified applicants over subcarriers
provided by Texas Public Radio. The signals can be picked up within the
greater San Antonio Metropolitan area and adjacent counties
and in the Kerrville and Fredericksburg areas of the Hill Country.
The service is staffed primarily by volunteers who read the
San Antonio Express-News for three hours daily from studios
located at North Frost Center at Nacogdoches and Loop 410 in San
Antonio. The remainder of programming for the 24-hour service is provided by syndicated reading services for the blind. Owl Radio is not funded by
a state agency and depends on monetary contributions from individuals,
foundations, corporations, special events, government grants and other
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