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AT&T recently profiled Thomas Grodecki, a representative of their Bankruptcy Team who was diagnosed with glaucoma and had been struggling at his job until he found ZoomText.
Last year, we introduced you to Sue Martin. Sue works for The United States Department of Veterans Affairs as a Section 508 management analyst. Prior to taking the position with the Section 508 team, Sue was the subject matter expert for the computer training section at one of the VA’s blind rehab centers. Sue not only taught veterans with visual impairments to use ZoomText, she also taught her colleagues how to teach it.
She has certainly had a busy year since we last talked! She compiled the story of her own rehab experience into a book entitled Out of the Whirlpool.
For most of his life, David Life had better than 20/20 vision. Despite the fact that his mother had rod-cone dystrophy, an optometrist actually told him that he was more likely to be struck by lightning than to inherit his mother’s eye condition. However, when David was in his mid-thirties, he started noticing some changes.
We’d like to introduce you to Andrea Hardee, a college student who is currently sporting a 4.0 GPA! Andrea uses both ZoomText and the i-loview video magnifier every day, making college life and all that homework easier to manage. But don’t take our word for it; check out what Andrea had to say.
Cassandra Lokker always knew she wanted to be a writer. She spent a great deal of her childhood hunched over a notebook, trying to scribble down the latest idea for a story. Despite the presence of a visual impairment, she filled numerous notebooks with story after story. She progressed, with the help of ZoomText, to become a published author! With her literary background, we thought it was appropriate that you learn more about Cassandra in her own words.