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4to24 App Focuses on Preparing Children and Youth for Independence and Employment

This free resource aims to help parents of children and youth who are blind or have low vision, as well as youth ages 16 through 24, build independence to achieve “successful employment and independent living as an adult.” For parents, the app offers information, activities and connections to resources that can help children through their developing years. Youth utilizing 4to24 can get the same information, with writing geared to a younger audience. To access the app, created by the National Research and Training Center on Blindness and Low Vision (NRTC) of Mississippi State University, download it from the iOS App Store or on Google Play and register as a new user. Find out more from NRTC by checking out the 4to24 App.