June 7, 2016
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Open House at Vision Loss Resources in Minneapolis
Vision Loss Resources is hosting an open house at our Minneapolis Campus on Thursday, June 16 featuring celebrated author and journalist Belo Cipriani (http://belocipriani.com/) reading from his newly released book – Blind: A Memoir. The evening will include refreshments, music and entertainment, and educational stations designed to help guests better understand vision loss.
Vision Loss Resources is one of Minnesota’s leading provider of support and services for people living with vision loss. With a significant presence in both the East and West Metro, Vision Loss Resources offers the most extensive rehabilitation services in the Twin Cities. With help from Vision Loss Resources specialists, countless individuals have received the adaptive techniques and the tools they need to immediately impact their quality of life.
Transforming lives for blind and visually impaired individuals and their families
Vision Loss Resources hosts Open House to raise awareness for services helping individuals who are blind and visually impaired to increase their independence.
Media Contact: Jen Roehl
What: Vision Loss Resources is hosting a Luau open house to raise awareness for our programming and services as one of Minnesota’s leading provider of support and services for people living with vision loss.
• Fun music and entertainment
• Educational stations to experience vision loss
• Meet the celebrated author and journalist Belo Cipriani (http://belocipriani.com/)
• Information on our activities and programs
• Silent auction
• Festive Hawaiian food and drinks
Where: Vision Loss Resources, 1936 Lyndale Avenue S, Minneapolis, 55403. Free parking is available in lot.
When: Thursday, June 16, 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Cost: Free, but reservations are requested: call 612-843-3421 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
ABOUT VISION LOSS RESOURCES: Vision Loss Resources is the largest provider of services for people living with blindness and vision loss in Minnesota. For more than 100 years, we have changed lives throughout the metro area through in-home visits, counseling, teaching independent living skills, and providing information and support to families and caregivers. We have served 14,000 people since 2000 and have provided over 70,000 services. To find out more about Vision Loss Resources services and programming, visit www.visionlossresources.org.