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In This Issue
Annual Report
Annual Meeting Recap
John Hancock Nonprofit Marathon Program
Guest blog post writer Adrian BrocaGuest post writer Adrian Broca using low vision navigation technology




Check out MABVI's new blog INSIGHT: Bringing Clarity to a Blurry World, for helpful tips and information on vision loss, guest posts on a range of topics from adaptive technology to white canes to volunteers, and more!


 Want to volunteer?

Volunteers for Vision - Thinking of Becoming a Volunteer?
Volunteers for Vision - Thinking of Becoming a Volunteer?

Have you wondered what it would be like to volunteer for a blind or visually impaired person? Check out this short video explaining what it takes to get started as a MAB volunteer! Learn more


 MAB's New Annual Report  

  MAB Annual Report '13

MAB Community Services Fy'13 Annual Report   


View the electronic version on our website.  


Panel discussion

MAB's Annual Meeting 2013 


Top Our Annual Meeting was Wednesday, Nov. 6, a celebration of our Community Partners and the first year of the new Transition Program at the Ivy Street School. The event featured a panel discussion with Laura Albro, parent, and Brooke Howard, MS, OTR/L, Lecturer, Department of Occupational Therapy, Boston University Sargent College, on how our intensive curriculum is preparing students to take the leap into adult life. Ron Allen, PhD, Director of the Ivy Street School, moderated the discussion. A video provided the perspectives of Ivy Street students in the new program:  

Transition To Adulthood: Student Perspective
Transition To Adulthood: Student Perspective

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 Team With a Vision Selected as 

John Hancock Charity

AnnualReportWe are thrilled to announce the John Hancock Nonprofit Program has selected MAB's Team With a Vision as a participating charity in the historic 

again this year!  Learn more 


Team With a Vision raises funds and awareness for the Massachusetts Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired. The team has run over 20 years in the Boston Marathon, joining blind, visually impaired and sighted runners to race the course and fundraise for MABVI. Watch Alongside Team With a Vision, the short documentary film about our marathon team.

  Team With a Vision members run the Boston Marathon

   Team With a Vision Members Run the Boston Marathon


Contact our Marathon Team Coordinator Josh Warren for more information about how you can get involved! 


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