Sharing our accomplishments and events in the media

9-20-16 De Blasio Praises Residents at Home for Blind People Near Chelsea Explosion Site

9-18-16 Chelsea Bomb Rattles Nerves at Selis Manor, a Building for the Blind

7-28-16 Mix It Up Fundraiser to take place August 3 

5-9-16 VISIONS Ribbon cutting event for VISIONS Vocational Rehab Center VRC

4-3-16 The Malibu Diner's rare hospitality

1-27-16 90 years of service for VISIONS Bronx Advisory Board

1-7-16 NY Post featured Glamour Gals: Visited VISIONS Selis Manor to provide glam for the seniors who live there blind and visually impaired

12-8-15 The Wall Street Journal: Companies Tap Fountains of Age VISIONS is chosen as an Age Smart Employer Finalist

9-3-15 VISIONS Pre-College Program Highlights Highlights (Photos and Videos) from Visions Services for the Blind's Pre-College Program, hosted at Manhattanville College.

5-30-15 VISIONS VRC VISIONS Plans New Vocational Rehabilitation Center at VISIONS Center on Blindness

9-27-14 American Graduate Day WNET's Lyn May interviews Nancy Miller, the Executive Director and CEO of Visions, Natalie Marc, a former participant and current Mental Health Counselor at Visions and Andrew Zhang a Visions student. 

7-26-14 Mastering A Collision Course Called Home Nicole C. Kear author of Now I See You speaks about how VISIONS changed her life.

4-10-14 How to Make Your Business Accessible for People with Disabilities, Nancy D. Miller CEO of VISIONS and Michael Cush Director of Workforce Development at VISIONS speak on this matter.

2-25-14 USABA National Fitness Challenge, Press Release of VISIONS participating in the USABA-WellPoint Foundation National Fitness Challenge program

2-18-14 BronxTalk: People with Disabilities, Gary Axelbank speaks with VISIONS VCB Co-Administrator Khaled Musa 

11-15-13 Providing a Little Glamour, WBGO Journal 88.3 FM Radio

8-23-13 All About Benjamin, Participant VCB Recap

8-22-13 VISIONS Launches One Month Pre-College Program, National Industries for the Blind Newsletter

5-29-13 The Benefits of Hiring Differently Abled Employees, A radio interview with VISIONS CEO, Nancy Miller for The Voice of Manhattan Business, and the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce

5-9-13 Lee Brozgol, Teaching Artist for the Visually Impaired, www.ceramicsupplypittsburgh.com

4-29-13 Adolph Schreiber Students Clean up at VISIONS Center on Blindness, The Journal News

4-9-13 Cents Ability April Newsletter, Cents Ability Provides financial education to visually impaired teens

3-22-13 Guided By Blindness: New York Times, Photojournalism Blog, Lens

2-28-13 COMMUNITY PROFILE: VISIONS Center on Blindness in New Hempstead Trains Clients to Lead Independent Lives (Rockland County Times)

2-8-12 VISIONS Photography Class visits the Museum of Natural History

1-22-12 WNYC: City Opens First Senior Center for the Blind

1-3-12 The city opened on Tuesday its first-ever center specifically geared toward the needs of older New Yorkers with vision loss. NY1's Health reporter Kafi Drexel filed the following report.

12-26-11 VISIONS on BronxNet with VISIONS Bronx Advisory Board Members

12-20-11 "Early Show" contributor Katrina Szish profiles a group of teenage girls volunteering with GlamourGals to make over seniors at VISIONS at Selis Manor 

12-2-11 Grand Opening set for Historic Senior Center for the Blind

11-7-11 VISIONS Received Grant Support from Reader's Digest Partners for Sight Foundation

10-19-11 Mayor Bloomberg Announces Eight Providers Selected to Develop the City's First 'Innovative Senior Centers'

9-23-11 Falls Continue to be the Leading Cause of Fatal Injuries among Older Adults; City Officials and Community Partners Detail Fall Prevention Initiatives. 

9-19-11 "Jazz" Notes for VISIONS Manhattan celebration.

7-17-11 VISIONS Reception Honors Summer Work Program for Blind Youth

7-14-11 VISIONS to Celebrate 85 Years of Service at Rockland County Site 

5-25-11 HAMODIA - Shabbaton for the Visually Impaired in Rockland County


For media inquiries about VISIONS please contact Rick Schwartz, rschwartz@visionsvcb.org or  212-625-1616, ext. 128 or Fax: 212-219-4078

 
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