|People who are blind can experience all of the joys and empowerment of every day life, and the lack of eyesight can be the least problem of blindness. Greater significance is a personís misunderstanding and lack of information. For example, with proper training and opportunity, blindness is often regarded more as a nuisance than a disability.
This year the NFB National Convention will be held in Atlanta, Georgia June 30th through July 6th. You may visit the NFB 2007 National Convention page here.
|Yes, now all blind and visually impaired persons can read both local and national newspapers over their touch-tone telephone, and it's FREE! Look here for NewsLine Details. The quickest way for Alabama Residents to sign up for NewsLine is by calling Michael Jones (evenings) (334) 501-2001. He has direct access to the Alabama database. Next best is via the form from the above link that must be sent to the National Headquarters. Finally, you may contact the N L S Regional Service Center at (800) 392-5671 or your cooperating local NLS Network Library.|
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