Low Vision children are especially vulnerable to neck and back problems but any of us who lean over work will eventually pay a very high cost.
Slumping over a phone adds extra pressure on the cervical spine- the part above the shoulders – researchers found. Bending the head to a 60 degree angle adds 60 lbs – or more than four stone- worth of pressure
Prepare your students now for the PARCC testing. You can download a .brf and begin with your fingers along the practice tests….just make sure you open in nemeth for the math section in duxbury
The Bureau of Engraving and Printing has announced persons legally residing in the U.S. who are blind or visually impaired can now request a free currency reader from the Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP) by downloading the required application from the BEP’s website (www.bep.gov). The application must be filled out completely, signed by a competent authority that can certify eligibility, and returned to the mailing address provided on the form. Estimated delivery time is 6-8 weeks. The currency reader device, called iBill Currency Identifier, provides a convenient means for blind or visually impaired individuals to identify all U.S. bills. The U.S. Currency Reader Program is a component of the BEP’s initiative to provide meaningful access to Federal Reserve notes. For more information call toll-free 844-815-9388 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.