VOICEcorps reading service tells its story:
How We Help central Ohioans with Disabilities
‘Keeps me from being isolated from the world’
“Reading was one of the things that was very, very important to me,” she said. “You reach a point when you can’t read at all. I hadn’t been able to read or drive for a long time. Then I found VOICEcorps, which keeps me from being isolated…keeps me from being isolated from the world. I have a TV, but VOICEcorps is better. I have VOICEcorps on every day, from the morning when I wake up to at night when I go to sleep. It’s on right now. The readers are just wonderful, and there is so much programing on VOICEcorps.”Sharon Speck, of Worthington, moved to central Ohio
in 1999, from Washington, D. C. Her vision over time had diminished, so for many years she was not able to read materials. She discovered VOICEcorps on cable TV one day while channel surfing.
Sharon said she wears a headset so she can multi-task while she listens to VOICEcorps and get things done around her house.