I like all the curriculum at Hadley is specifically for blind people. It's offered me so much information I wouldn't have been able to figure out for myself.
— Christopher, NC, 2014

Past Seminars

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Most Recent Seminars

We've reorganized our past seminar list. The most recent 5 seminars are listed chronologically. Additional seminars are organized by topic for your convenience.

1. Virtual Support Groups: An Accessible Community for Older Adults (Thursday, August 18, 2016)

Virtual Support Groups: An Accessible Community for Older Adults Audio

2. The Lowdown on What's Up with Braille Literacy at Hadley (Tuesday, August 09, 2016)

The Lowdown on What's Up with Braille Literacy at Hadley Audio

3. An Overview and Basic Introduction to JAWS (Wednesday, August 03, 2016)

An Overview and Basic Introduction to JAWS Audio

4. AppleVis and Advocating for Accessible Apps (Wednesday, July 27, 2016)

AppleVis and Advocating for Accessible Apps Audio
AppleVis and Advocating for Accessible Apps Resources List

5. Centers for Independent Living: What They Are and How They Can Help (Monday, July 18, 2016)

Centers for Independent Living: What They Are and How They Can Help Audio

Seminar Topics

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