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The Biden-Harris Administration has launched a new initiative to expand the availability of at-home tests that are more accessible for people who are blind or have low vision. The tests work with a compatible Bluetooth-enabled smartphone and a free app to provide users with audible instructions and audible test results.

Press release from San Joaquin Regional Transit District (RTD). Contact: Maximilian Cao,, (209) 467-6628

Press release issued May 25, 2022 from Stephanie Yoder. Contact / (916) 802-6240.

City of Los Angeles Controller Releases Statewide Map of 1,400 Food Banks, Pantries and More

News from the Braille and Talking Book Library

The Time to be Bold campaign is designed to educate, engage, and empower people who are at least 55 years of age with low vision to maintain or regain their independence by utilizing the free or low-cost services provided by the Older Individuals Who Are Blind (OIB) programs.

News release from the Emergency Broadband Internet

Fact sheet with eligibility updates about COVID-19 vaccinations for people with certain high-risk medical conditions or disabilities.

A message from the Community Services Division of the City of Stockton Police Department regarding telephone scams.

Beginning Sunday, January 24, 2021, RTD Discount Fare Card (DFC) holders (seniors, persons with disabilities, etc.) will automatically receive $1.00 off the $4.00 base mileage rate when using the Van Go! app.