If you meet Madeleine Babcock, it won’t take long to figure out that she loves to swim. It also won’t take very long to see that this young teenager’s will and determination will allow her to accomplish anything she puts her mind to doing. Her …Continue Reading You don’t have any limits…you’re your only limit
Eddie Carreiro doesn’t allow his vision loss to stop him from doing anything. He credits his “I can attitude” as the biggest reason for his adjustment to losing his vision. Eddie also his Certified Orientation and Mobility Specialist (COMS) played a significant role in getting …Continue Reading MCB Celebrates White Cane Safety Day
During my brief time serving as Commissioner of the Massachusetts Commission of the Blind (MCB), I have had the pleasure to present numerous awards to individuals and organizations that have made significant contributions to the blindness community. Last month, I was asked to make another …Continue Reading MCB’s Mitch Sanborn wins Paul McDade “FOCUS” Award for Distinguished Leadership
An important goal of Massachusetts Commission for the Blind (MCB) is to create a workplace that reflects the communities and consumers the agency serves. With the help of its Diversity Committee, MCB aims to accommodate and capitalize on the needs, values and differences within the agency …Continue Reading MCB Celebrates National Women’s History Month
In any sport, having a winning percentage of .750 is considered doing extremely well. In fact, most teams that are winning an average of seven out of 10 games are usually sitting atop their division. When this number is used in relation to the percentage …Continue Reading MCB Summer Internship Gives People with Disabilities the Chance to Shine
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