Audio Information Network for the Visually impaired

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We all love to read our favorite magazine or newspaper but for someone who is blind or visually impaired it can be difficult even with the advancement in technology. That is why the Audio Information Network was founded. David Dawson and Kim Ann

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Wardlow from the organization explain how the network works and how you can reach out if you need it.


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