The CARE (Career and Resource Exchange) Committee will be hosting speakers from Helen Keller National Center for Deaf-Blind Youths and Adults and Helen Keller Services for the Blind on Thursday, November 15, 2018 at the Suffolk County Library System in Bellport.
The Helen Keller National Center for Deaf-Blind Youths and Adults is a foundation in the United States that provides services for individuals who are both blind and deaf. Services include onsite training at HKNC headquarters with experts in assistive technology, vocational services, communication, orientation and mobility, independent living and more.
Helen Keller Services for the Blind serves the New York City/Long Island area, with training facilities in Brooklyn, Hempstead and Ronkonkoma, and a low vision eye service in Sands Point. HKSB also provides services in home, work and community settings throughout the region. Services include training with experts in orientation and mobility, daily living skills, low vision, assistive technology, employment/placement and more. From information about career possibilities to tips about free services, HKSB can help you find what you need.
Please join us for coffee at 2:00 pm and the presentation at 2:30 pm.
Please RSVP to Nicole Berroyer at email@example.com
Professional development hours will be awarded.
CARE is a committee of RASD (Reference and Adult Services Division), which is a division of SCLA.
The Local History Committee will be meeting at the Three Village Historical Society History Center at 93 North Country Road in Setauket on September 20th at 10am for a tour and the exhibits SPIES! and Chicken Hill. The fee will be $15 per person with a minimum of 10 admissions. Payment can be in cash, check or credit card when you arrive. If check(s) make out to Three Village Historical Society.
Please RSVP to Emily Guerrero at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope to see you there!