Based in central Kansas En-sight Technology and Services is a consulting company that provides services for people who are blind or visually impaired. Our services help people who have technology and want to learn how to use it better. Technology evolves at a rapid pace let our consultants help you or your student succeed. Training can be for as little as one session for one hour or multiple sessions for as many hours as you need. Our main focus is to make sure that you are successful. Feel free to contact us for more information or take a look at our services page. 

Estin presenting assistive technology at Inman Elementary.

Estin presenting assistive technology at Inman Elementary.

Estin Talavera is a Senior at Wichita State University where he is currently pursuing a bachelors  degree in General Studies. He is the  founder of En-sight.    En-sight’s mission is  twofold,  to improve the lives of those who are blind or visually impaired by providing them with assistive technology training and support,  and to educate  the general public on blindness and visual impairment. 

Blind himself from the age of seven months, Estin has worked with the State School for the Blind's Extended School Year Program for the last four years, and has worked with Envision on a part time basis for the last two years as a Assistive Technology Specialist.  Estin has done presentations on blindness and visual impairment for many different school districts including Inman Elementary School. 

Estin provides customized consulting services, blindness and visual impairment awareness messages, and inspirational messages.  Please feel free to connect with Estin via e-mail or Twitter.    

Connect with Estin at:

estin.talavera@en-sight.org  via e-mail

More Stories about Estin:

Assistive Technology Camp success story: Meet Estin Talavera -- Envision Vision Rehabilitation Center

Estin Talavera, Assistive Technology Specialist -- Envision Foundation

Drawn by common bonds -- Hutchnews

Sunset students envision life without sight -- The Kansan.com

Teacher helping blind students make way in world — Lawrence Journal-World

 

 

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