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Hadley Holiday Card & Gift Tag Sale

From the mailbag:

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Upcoming Hadley Seminars

Right as I decided I need to figure out how to make soccer happen for Peanut–we’re down to a 20% visual field in his right eye only, so I know adaptations are going to have to be made–I received an … Continue reading

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New Hadley Course: Braille and Your Baby or Toddler

Hadley’s newest course, Braille and Your Baby or Toddler, is now open to Family Education and Professional students. With guidance from parents and other important adults, infants and toddlers can gain the skills they need to become successful braille readers … Continue reading

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From MSNBC.com: Meet Mensa’s youngest US member: She joined at age 2

Emmelyn Roettger’s doctors told her parents she was developmentally delayed; it turns out she just couldn’t see.  She’s been making leaps and bounds since she got her first pair of glasses at 10 months of age.  Now, far from having … Continue reading

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Spring Into Braille Reading

Hadley celebrates braille as we Spring Into Braille Reading!  Read a minimum of 100 pages of one-sided braille to be entered in a prize drawing. Current and past Hadley students in all programs who read braille by touch or by … Continue reading

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Braille and IDEA

Over the past few months, I’ve learned more about the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) than any reasonable person should want to know, and, unfortunately, still know less about it than I need to as the parent of a … Continue reading

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Brailling Signs is Cool to Do

I got an email today from the Hadley School for the Blind telling about their new braille song, “Brailling Signs is Cool to Do.”  Maybe it’s because I like the song it parodies, “Breaking Up is Hard to Do,” but I … Continue reading

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Braille Course at Johnson County Community College

Kimberly Morrow, a CCVI alum, is teaching a braille course at Johnson County Community College (JCCC) this coming fall.  As explained in a recent CCVI Parent Group newsletter: This course would be ideal for parent and other friends and family … Continue reading

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The Hadley School for the Blind’s Family Education Program

If you have a blind or visually-impaired child, I highly recommend checking out the Hadley School for the Blind’s Family Education Program.  The courses in the program are free for the family members of B/VI people, and they’re offered by … Continue reading

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