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During this Covid-19 pandemic, Zoom has become the "go-to" platform, for connecting with co-workers and for social interaction. Of course, there are different levels of familiarity with this technology, and several ways to use it.

During this pandemic, people around the world are once again returning to hobbies that they may not have done for years.  Just because you have lost your vision doesn't mean that you can't take up a hobby as well.  Whether you like to write, do crafts like knitting, crocheting or painting, you garden, cook, or are into tech gadgets, the Hadley School has a discussion group and podcast for you. These FREE groups are open to all and you can call in by phone or on computer. Days and times vary. Learn more.

Right now we're hearing a lot about distance/remote learning.  But remote learning isn't just for students.  As adults we all have a lot we can learn from experts in various field, and through new learning methods. The Hadley School for the Blind offers a great series of podcasts you can listen to for free anytime at Hadley Presents. 

As everyone is dealing with social isolation and figuring out how to maintain our sanity, while taking care of ourselves physically and mentally during this Coronavirus Pandemic and the need for Social Distancing, people with vision loss have their own additional challenges during times like this.  We aren't going to try to tell you how to do it, or what to do.  But we want to share links to a number of articles and resources from which you may find some good tools or tricks to help you through this time.  Here's what we've found to share...