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A visually impaired glove packager talking to general manager, Ron Baron, on the glove line.

CABVI partners with only domestic manufacturer of protective gloves

July 20, 2020

Made in America is the order of the day as the Central Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired (CABVI), and SHOWA, today announced an innovative partnership to manufacture and distribute domestically produced nitrile gloves to address the national shortage of personal protective equipment. SHOWA is currently the only U.S. manufacturer of the Nitrile, single-use […]

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Adirondack Life Magazine Winter Camp Abilities Article.

Winter Camp Abilities is Recognized in Adirondack Life Magazine

December 28, 2017

For the past two years, Elizabeth Folwell, the creative director for Adirondack Life Magazine, worked on a story about our winter Camp Abilities program. Her detail and awareness about what camp is resonates throughout the article. Elizabeth truly captured what Camp Abilities is and what it means to everyone involved! We are extremelygrateful for the […]

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One student assists his classmate with throwing a ball while blindfolded, left, and Kathy Beaver, VP of Rehabilitation, teaches a student about movements on the right.

Utica College’s Physical Therapy Students Visit CABVI

August 31, 2017

Earlier this week, Utica College’s physical therapy students visited our organization to learn about the lifestyles of the blind and visually impaired. Over 30 students participated in activities such as cooking at home, writing a check, placing medications into segmented slots, and more. Students had the opportunity to wear a blindfold at certain activities and […]

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