Visually Impaired Technology Awareness Day – 9 Sept- Bexleyheath

Access Technology Day Central Library Bexleyheath

Are you visually impaired? Do you know how technology could help you?

Come to Central Library Bexleyheath on Wednesday 9th September at 10.30am to find out more.

A visually- impaired trainer will be giving a brief talk and demonstrating how accessible technology can help you find information, compete in the job market or just make your life easier day to day.

There will be a talk by Metro Blind Sport , a sports club created for blind and visually impaired people, describing the opportunities for taking part in sport and social activities.

South East London Vision, a new charity set up to promote the well-being and independence of blind and partially sighted people in South East London will also be present to talk about their work.

You can also find out about the assistive technology available on the library computers with hands-on sessions during the day.

Venue: Central Library, Bexleyheath.Townley Road, Bexleyheath, Kent DA7 5RE
Time: 10.15am – 4.00pm
Phone: 020 3045 4569
Date: 09th September 2015
Cost: FREE

For further details, to book a place, or register an interest in attending, please contact one of the following.

Janet Benton
Phone 020 3045 4569
Email – janet.benton@bexley.gov.uk

Susan Prior
Phone 020 3045 5221
Email – susan.prior@bexley.gov.uk

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