In a series of “Lunch and Learn” presentations Fork in the Road owner, Marshall Flax, talked to staff and faculty at the University of Wisconsin Eye Clinics and the Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences. The aim of the talks was to provide staff and faculty with basic information about the functional implications of vision impairment,.. read more →

20 Sep 2018
September 20, 2018

Vision Ed Seminars FRAST free shipping special

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Congressional staffer wearing low vision goggles in buffet line

ARVO, largest most respected eye and vision research organization in the world, used our low vision simulators to demonstrate the importance of vision research funding. read more →

  • Using Fork in the Road simulators
    Using Fork in the Road simulators

    Dementia Friendly Toolkit: Role Play Simulations for Care and Community Settings

  • The workshop is sponsored by CARE
    The workshop is sponsored by CARE

    Center for Aging Research and Education at UW-Madison's School of Nursing

  • Participants in CARE sponsored workshop
    Participants in CARE sponsored workshop

    CNAs and PCWs try to sort their

Participants in CARE sponsored workshops will try various tasks while wearing low vision simulators to experience dementia via role play read more →

WRBH radio staff sporting our low vision goggles

New Orleans, Louisiana: WRBH staff trying on their newly-purchased low vision simulators from Fork in the Road which they will feature at their annual volunteer luncheon. WRBH 88.3 FM is the United States’ first 24-hour reading radio station for the blind and remains the nation’s only full-time FM reading radio service. read more →