CCVIP CLOSING

The Computer Center for Visually Impaired People (CCVIP) has been in the business of Assistive Technology training, research and service since 1978. See what we have to offer you; the people you serve; your business and your customers. Contact us so we can help you sharpen your skills and find the solutions you need.

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After 40 years of service to the vision loss community, Baruch College has decided to close CCVIP as of June 30.

For those 40 years we have provided professional and quality training programs in assistive technology to help our clients with Microsoft Office, Social Media, iPhone/iPad and the Internet provided by a stellar training staff.

In addition we delivered Braille services and Web Usability Testing for cultural and religious groups, government, non-profits, and corporations.

All these services including our Demo Center Workshops, YouTube videos, and of course, our annual Conference on Visual Impairment and Employment were meant to help people with vision loss stay connected, engaged, and productive.

Important dates are

  • June 1 – No new students
  • June 7 – Final Braille work
  • June 18 – Classes cease
  • June 30 - Closure

In the meantime CCVIP will be looking at partners to pick up, continue and expand our work. If we find a partner, we definitely will inform you.

On behalf of the entire staff of CCVIP, we thank you for using our services and for your friendship.

 

Bill Reed, Interim Director