Journal Record Roundtable Discussion

February 7, 2018

The U.S. unemployment rate for visually impaired is more than 70 percent and many people live with visual impairments for years without treatment or services. NewView Oklahoma is the largest employer of blind people in the state. The non-profit organization provides services to those with needs, including vocational rehabilitation for adults and support services and socialization for children. NewView employees met with The Journal Record on Jan. 17, 2018 to explain how many people face visual impairment issues and the challenges they encounter.

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Lauren Branch, Journal Record Guest Columnist: A pathway for employment

October 16, 2017

This year I celebrated my 20th anniversary at NewView Oklahoma. When I was hired, I had never worked for a nonprofit agency nor did I have any knowledge of blindness.

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Lauren Branch Interview on Oklahoma Senior Journal Radio August 2017

August 25, 2017

Lauren Branch, president and CEO of NewView Oklahoma, was a guest on Robin Gunn's radio show, Rise & Thrive on August 19, 2017. Listen to the entire interview and find out what's new at NewView.

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NewsOK: Visually impaired NewView Oklahoma workers helping in wildfire suppression efforts

August 18, 2017

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Program Gives Visually Impaired Chance to Work on Job and Independent Living Skills

July 15, 2017

Daniel Brookshire knows he can’t rely on his parents forever. Sure, he probably could find someone to assist him, but he wants a lot more out of life.

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OWL Camp Serves Children with Vision Loss

July 4, 2017

For the 17th consecutive year, OWL (Oklahomans Without Limits) Camp will provide a summer camp experience to children who have vision loss. This year's camp will be July 17-21 at the University of Central Oklahoma. It's billed as a "super-heroes themed week of fun."

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VIDEO: Oklahoma Horizon TV Features NewView Oklahoma

June 29, 2017

Oklahoma Horizon TV Features NewView Oklahoma - feature on blind student training and how NewView Oklahoma employs the blind and visually impaired.

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Empowering the Blind and Vision-Impaired: ‘It Goes From Isolation to Socialization’

June 22, 2017

Progressive vision loss or blindness is a diagnosis that terrifies many, because people not only fear the loss of sight, but of their independence. But it doesn’t have to be that way. For decades, NewView Oklahoma’s Low Vision Clinic has worked to empower the blind and visually-impaired to remain independent and to maximize the use of their remaining vision.

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VIDEO: Chaplain Fox Honored by OK House as Veteran of the Week

May 22, 2017

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Most Admired CEOs Honored

April 20, 2017

Never be afraid to ask, “Why not?”

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