Transforming the lives of individuals of all ages with vision loss
News & Views March 2018

I'd say we've had our share of  unsettling weather patterns this month! Time to think thoughts of spring. This month marks the one year anniversary of our name change to Future In Sight. We continue on our quest to strengthen our education programs, occupational therapy services, assistive technology training, and recreational activities for youth and seniors. 
Blooming crocuses through snow covered ground

Whether  you have lived with a visual impairment most of your life or are just receiving  a diagnosis of permanent  vision loss, Future In Sight's programs and services can make a significant  difference in your day-to-day life. The hallmark of our rehabilitation programs is the one-on-one training we provide. We go where our help is needed the most - home, work, school or community. Services are tailored to the individuals unique needs. Connecting with us is easy.

Be sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter to stay up to date on current events. 

Thank you all for being a part of the Future In Sight family.

With gratitude,

David S. Morgan
President & CEO

Upcoming Youth Adventures

This spring brings the opportunity for youth with sight loss to enjoy a couple unique activities to connect with others and have fun!

Saturday, April 14th Yoga with Goats - Need we say more!   Jenness Farm  brings us a gentle yoga  session in partnership with lovable goats. Time to be determined. 


Saturday, May 12th Kayaking & Picnic from 10:00 a.m. - 2:00  p.m. on the Contoocook River provided by experts at Contoocook River Canoe Co.

There are no costs associated with participation but pre-registration is required. Please contact Stephanie Hurd at with "Youth Adventures" in the subject line. For complete event details please visit our website.

Events are made possible by the generous support of the Samuel P. Hunt Foundation.

Announcing our
Team Captain's Kick-off Event

Wednesday, April 4, 2018
5:00 - 7:00 p.m.

Please join us for our
3rd annual Captain's Kick-off event

An opportunity to hear from veteran captain's on successful team-raising. Learn tips and tricks to forming and engaging your team as well as fundraising initiatives.  

Please RSVP to Danielle Krause at or 565-2424.

Walk for Sight Registration  Now Open

Visit our newly redesigned Walk for Sight website and registration page. Sign up today to join us on Saturday, June 2nd 2018. Registration opens at 9:00 am. Walk will kick-off from Walker Street at 11:00 am. 

We hope you find this to be a user friendly platform for monitoring your team's progress and individual donations. Easily share your personal walk page with family and friends. Raising money to support vision rehabilitation programs and services has never been easier. As always, please feel free to contact our office with any questions at

Form Your Team Today
Staff Spotlight

Meet Lydia DeWitt, Occupational Therapist for Vision Rehabilitation. Working one-on-one with her clients Lydia can provide personalized solutions to meet the specific needs associated with one's sight loss. Providing adaptive aids and devices can significantly enhance the day-to-day life of someone living with sight loss. A graduate of Elizabethtown College, Lydia has 9 years of experience in the OT field and is thrilled to bring this to Future In Sight. 

In her spare time, Lydia enjoys spending time with family and friends, traveling, cooking, hiking, the ocean and trying to keep her houseplants alive! In a few short months she and her husband will welcome their first child.