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PALO ALTO, Calif. -- Peninsula Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired (PCBVI) has opened a new consumer store in its Palo Alto office, stocked with a variety of products that can help blind and visually impaired persons lead more independent lives.
To help with holiday shopping for visually impaired family and friends, PCBVI staff offer these gift suggestions from the store:
- Talking watches and clocks that verbally tell the time,
- Large print calendars and address books,
- "Bump dots" which can be used to mark keys on a computer keyboard, or the on/off buttons to household appliances like ovens, televisions …