PR Newswire reports that the New York State Preferred Source Program for New Yorkers who are blind is adding Helen Keller Services for the Blind to its list of affiliated nonprofit agencies. The New York State Preferred Source Program and its affiliated agencies create employment opportunities and resources for blind New Yorkers. Helen Keller Services for the Blind is one of the oldest nonprofit rehabilitation agencies in the country. To talk about the exciting new relationship will be New York State Preferred Source Program’s Executive Director Chris T. Burke. Also joining us will be Helen Keller Services CEO Sue Ruzenski.
To listen to this week’s “Speaking Out for the Blind,” go to: https://www.acbmedia.org/home/streams/, and choose one of the links under the heading “ACB Media 1 – Mainstream,” or call 1-518-906-1820, and when prompted, press “1” for ACB Media 1. You may also listen to the program live on the ACB Link mobile app. For more information, go to http://link.acb.org. Show archive page is at https://speaking-out-for-the-blind.pinecast.co/.
How to access ACB Media 1 on Amazon Alexa:
From your Alexa-enabled device first Enable the skill by saying:
1. Approach your Alexa device and issue this command: “Alexa, Delete Everything I’ve Ever Said on this device”
Please Note: This will need to be done on each Alexa device in your home.
2. Wait 30 seconds and then say: “Alexa, Open ACB Media”
The new ACB Media skill will launch.
As a reminder, ask for the name of the stream that you would like to hear. The list below are the names for each of the ACB Media stream designations:
- ACB Mainstream is now ACB 1
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For more info related to this week’s show, go to: https://speakingoutfortheblind.weebly.com/list-of-episodes-and-show-news/for-more-information-episode-292-two-blind-nonprofits-new-relationship