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Welcome back to school! August 14, 2017 2017-18 KSB Staff KSB Administration photo booth photo from 2017 kickoff day Teachers are superheros! Students and Teacher walking on campus Students walking on campus Teaching is my super power! High School field trip Students visit KY Center for the Arts and get to touch costumes Student is working on an art project Students cooking during short term weekend Students reading and listening to a book Students explore a tactile globe while visiting APH's museum Students chatting while sitting on bleachers Students walking with white canes Students leaving for a Forensics and Swimming Competition KSB Scouts JP Pullens, Institutional Recreation Leader, and students with Mayor Greg Fischer Class of 2017 Eye exam Student's hand checking Braille Students Swimming


5 Ways to Make Email More Accessible

We might not ordinarily give a lot of thought to the accessibility of our emails. However, it's easy to forget that the recipient could be reading your email using a screen reader. Screen reading technology has come a long way, but it’s not perfect. So it's important to follow a few simple guidelines when writing for this audience.

Here are 5 easy ways to make the emails you send more accessible:

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Vision Aware Safety and Lighting Home Evaluation Questionnaire

Home Evaluation

Since each person's living and personal situation is unique, it might be helpful to start with our quick and easy home evaluation for hints about what you and your family can do to make your home safer and more comfortable. It's unlikely you will need to use all of the suggested recommendations, but if you find even one of them helpful, it's likely to contribute to improving the quality of your life, and that's really what this section is all about--your continued safety, comfort, and well-being.

Environmental Evaluation Questionnaire

You can start by using this questionnaire to evaluate your home for safety and lighting. Then follow the "Tell me more" links to learn about the changes you can make to increase safety, organization, and accessibility throughout your home.

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Annual Non-Discrimination Notice

The Kentucky School for the Blind does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age in its programs or activities.  Inquiries may be directed to Allison Chandler, Title IX Coordinator or the Section 504/ADA Title II Coordinator at:  1867 Frankfort Ave.  Louisville, KY 40206, 502-897-1583.

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