Consolidating links for Vision Losers in Prescott Arizona

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Consolidating links for Vision Losers in Prescott Arizona


January 2008

Unlike the other essays in this blog, the current post is a link to a resource page about a local community. I have often been frustrated at finding information about events and services, occasionally learning valuable tidbits first from my walking companion, Jack and his dog pack.

My hope is that other Vision Loser’s in the Prescott area will find useful items and that community members will contribute to this resource.


The Vision Loser’s Guide to Prescott Arizona lists local social services, RSS feeds, and pointers to state and national organizations.


Author: slger

Susan L. Gerhart (slger) is a retired computer scientist. Her professional specialities included software engineering research, technology transfer management, and computer science education, see SLGer's Research Autobiography. Susan is active in a lifelong learning institute (OLLI) at Yavapai College in Prescott Arizona. She has facilitated courses on podcasts, Twitter, the Singularity, and climate fiction. "As Your World Changes" blog describes her journey with vision loss into the spectacular world of assistive technology and the frustrating practices of accessibility. She writes with the NVDA screen reader, reads books from Bookshare on a BookSense, and listens to podcasts on an iPhone. slger123 on Twitter records her favorite articles and occasional comments on life and politics. Creative writing courses led her to undertake "A Chip On Her Shoulder", a novel asking the questions: "how did we get into the privacy mess of modern social media?" and "Are we now just 'packets of data formerly known as people'?" Contact: slger123 at

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