UPDATE: Wednesday, April 19th. Our building is open for business! Our building has passed all inspections and has been reopened. However, there is scaffolding around the sidewalk on the perimeter of the building. You can walk right under it and come in the front door as usual, but you may detect a few more barriers […]
A few weeks ago, we told you of exciting updates that were planned for September. We are happy to announce that we do have Saturday hours available now, and we are now equip to accept credit card payments. We hope that you will find these to be added conveniences when you work with us here […]
One of our main goals is to keep you, our client, front and center and fully in-charge of your learning experience. We understand that paying for services is a challenge for many people and we are constantly looking for ways to make it easier for you to pay or find funding, while still being able […]
You are invited to join our “Letter Writing Party” on July 13, 2016 from 3:30 – 5:30 in our MAST conference room. The Department of Justice is looking for public input in regards to proposed web accessibility guidelines for public entities. You can find out more here: (Title II SANPRM call for public input) We […]
We are pleased to announce that Nik has completed both the basic and advanced JAWS Scripting Language (JSL) development courses through Freedom Scientific and we can now offer scripting services to clients and employers. Freedom Scientific’s JAWS is a versatile screen reading application for Windows-based or web-based operating systems. Widely used in employment settings by […]
Ever want to register for a workshop but can’t fit it into your schedule? Let us know of your interest and we might be able to work something out with you. For example, we had such a strong response to our camera workshop, that we (rather impromptu) did two workshops instead of one. This ended […]
This October, we were happy to participate in Portland’s White Cane Safety Day activities. On October 5th, Nik represented MAST in a downtown white cane walk and an information table set up in the South Park Blocks at Portland State University. Participants could volunteer to get a mini orientation and mobility lesson with Nik or […]
Nik will be teaching classes at Hull Retreat Center for the Blind in Sandy, Oregon on October 27-29. This is a two day retreat where seniors with vision loss can learn skills and ask questions in a small group, supportive environment. To find out more, contact Hull Park at (503) 668-6195.
As some of you may have heard already, we have moved from being “mobile” to having a permanent downtown office. We have a great location and great facilities and think that this new location will be much more comfortable for our clients. We will continue to provide “on location” services to […]
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