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              Current Events

              Last Modified: October 14, 2020

              White Cane Awareness Day Walk Along

              Division of Blind Services White Cane Awareness Day Virtual Walk Along event flyer.

              Date: October 15, 2020
              Time: 11 a.m. to 12 Noon
              Host: DBS See Different Team

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              or call in Number: (850) 583-5063

              Conference ID: 482 040 140#

              This webinar will celebrate and bring awareness to the symbol of independence that the white cane represents for blind and visually impaired individuals. The event will also educate drivers and pedestrians on the laws designed to protect them and our communities. When you join us you will:

              • Hear testimonials from people who are blind or visually impaired and their experiences with driver safety,
              • Get to walk alongside the DBS See Different Team as they show us how to use a white cane, dog guide, and technology, to travel independently, and
              • Have the opportunity to be a part of a live Question and Answer session where you can ask the team any questions you have about the white cane law, dog guides, accessible technology, and more!

              Accessible Voting 101 Webinar

              Accessible voting webinar flyer.

              Date: October 1, 2020
              Time: 11 a.m. to Noon
              Host: DBS See Different Team

              Microsoft Teams Link:
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              Call in Number: (850) 583-5063
              Conference ID: 133 448 66#

              Overview: A non-partisan webinar to reach blind or visually impaired potential voters with available ways to cast a private, independent and verifiable vote. The event will cover avenues those who are blind or visually impaired may employ to cast their vote, a demonstration on the use of accessible voting equipment available at the polls or your local Supervisor of Elections’ office, and upcoming accessible Vote By Mail software.