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ViewPoints 1236 9-5-12 Products from the AER Conference

More information about the Association for Education & Rehabilitation of the Blind & Visually Impaired can be found at their web site:
You can also contact them by phoning:
877-492-2708 or 703-671-4500

Chadwick Optical can be found at:
Their e-mail address is:
and their phone number is:
Phone: 1-800-410-1618

The Schepens Eye Research Institute at Harvard Medical School can be found at:
Their phone number is:
Phone: 617-912-0100

In episode #1110 of ViewPoints, we discussed CCTVs. You can listen to or download that episode by clicking on the following link:
ViewPoints #1110 - CCTVs

The American Printing House for the Blind (APH) sells CCTVs. Their main web site is:
Their shopping web site is:
You can also call APH at:
Phone: 800-223-1839 or 502-895-2405

Find out more about the CCTVs and other products sold by HIMS (Human Information Management Service) by going to their web site at:
They can also be reached by phone at:
Phone: 888-520-4467 or 512-837-2000

Other sources of CCTVs include:

Independence Science was also discussed in ViewPoints #1219. To listen to or download that episode click on the link below:
ViewPoints #1219 - Science Experiments for the Blind

The web site for Independence Science is:
You can also find them at the URL:
You can also call:
Phone: 866-862-9665
or e-mail:

To find out more about the Independent Laboratory Access for the Blind project at Pennsylvania State University, go to: