Welcome to the Blind Post Classified News, a great place to share and sell!
The Blind Post News features ads and announcements from and for the blind and visually
There are also monthly columns:
From the editor by Lori Motis,
Blind man walking by Joshua Loya,
Tips and tidbits from the Food Lady by Lori Motis AKA Food Lady,
Living with low vision by Donna Williams,
Yarn, hook, and needle, crafts by Phyllis Campbell and Greg Capps.
New column Driving Miss Donna by Lynn Anderson, sharing stories from a sighted person's perspective about her dear friend Donna adapting to her vision
loss later in life.
Tech news by various contributors.
Blind people talking is a column where readers share their personal adventures living with a visual challenge, or poems and other fun stories.
We also have updates from Global Cane Outreach on their mission trips and events.
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posting notices and what and how, plus words and costs are further down this page.
Read all Extra, Extra notices further down this page, plus any monthly sponsor notices that have been posted this month.
Have you ever wanted to post a time sensitive announcement or several notices before the next month’s Blind Post classified news edition?
Now you can. If you have ads or announcements that are time sensitive, or just have several items, then you can include them in a special Blind Post Extra
Extra edition. The word count costs are the same as the monthly news, but not free notices. This works best when you might have more than one item for
sale, notice for an event, or a special class or training that is of interest to the blind and low vision community.
It will go out to all Blind Post subscribers within one day of approval, and will also be posted to the website.
your submissions and I will let you know if it is suitable and what the cost is.
Extra Extra notices and Sponsors Of the month
It is the End-of-Summer 2-4-6 Special from RGA Tech Solutions
If you are looking for customized, one-on-one assistive technology training for yourself, a family member, or a friend, please consider RGA Tech Solutions.
All month long, until the end of September 2020, Stacie and Raul Gallegos from RGA Tech Solutions are offering one-on-one, discounted remote training and
tech support services to individuals who are paying out-of-pocket. This does not include individuals, groups, or organizations paying through purchase
The cost for training is as follows: A pack of 2 hours costs $70, a pack of 4 hours costs $120, and a pack of 6 hours costs $150. As you can see, the more
hours you purchase, the more you save. Once purchased, you have up to 6 months to use your hours in 1, 2, or 3-hour increments. Need more than 6 hours?
No problem. Additional blocks of hours can be purchased at the same discounted rates until the end of September 2020. Just to be clear, the deadline is
for purchasing only. Once purchased, you have up to six months to use them even if that is after the deadline.
What does RGA Tech Solutions teach? Stacie and Raul can teach individuals in a variety of hardware and software combinations; Jaws, Fusion, ZoomText, and
NVDA on Windows. Voice Over on Mac, iOS, and iPadOS. TalkBack on Android tablets and smart phones. Voice View on Amazon tablets and smart speakers. Braille
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Solutions will custom tailor the training to help you reach your goals. There is no cost for the initial phone call which is to determine your goals and
to see if RGA Tech Solutions may be the right fit for you. References are also available upon request.
About Stacie Gallegos: Stacie is a native Texan who holds a certification as a teacher for the visually impaired. She has taught at the Kansas School for
the Blind and has served children and families as a children’s case manager for the Texas Vocational rehab system. She has co-owned RGA Tech Solutions
since 2016 and now serves as the administrator of the business as well as a co-trainer.
About Raul Gallegos: Raul is a native Coloradoan who used to work for Sprint as a network systems administrator, then later for GW Micro in Indiana where
he offered technical support for the Window-Eyes screen reader and the notetakers from HIMS. He has co-owned RGA Tech Solutions with his wife, Stacie,
since 2016. Together, they now provide technical support and training services for individuals, groups, and organizations.
If you have further questions or would like to get started, please call (832) 639-4477. Business hours are Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. Central time.
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