- Survey for B/VI folks on Body Movement
- TVI or future TVI looking for a summer gig? The NFB’s BELL Program may have the opportunity for you!
- Help test/develop a B/VI employment app
- NFB Twitter Chat TODAY on Web Accessibility!
- Participants Needed: Contrast’s impact on VI peoples’ perception of the environment
Tag Archives: law
I personally know Debbie, having met her when we were both CCVI moms. If you are looking for future planning ideas and advice that’s directed towards parents of children with special needs, you can’t find a better, more knowledgeable person. … Continue reading
If you are B/VI and wish to be an attorney, this could be a fabulous opportunity. From the mail bag: The Coelho Center Law Fellowship Program is launching this Summer 2019. Central to the mission of The Coelho Center for … Continue reading
In honor of White Cane Safety Day, a selection of sites and videos for your enjoyment: First: Kansas White Cane Law http://kansasstatutes.lesterama.org/Chapter_39/Article_11/ Next, an amusing video from the NFB: Tommy Edison, the Blind Film Critic, explains cane use to a … Continue reading
From the mailbox: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Guide Dog Users Group launches Innovative Mobile App Tampa, Florida (September 17, 2014): The National Association of Guide dog Users Inc., a division of the National Federation of the Blind and the nations leading … Continue reading
This is from my mailbag, but it’s something I’m excited about: many of us have been frustrated by the way IDEA plays out in our childrens’ IEPs. The differences between the spirit of the law and how its experienced by … Continue reading
From a NFB Listserv: Less than a week after a fun and successful Washington Seminar, I already have good news to report. The National Association of Blind Students has initiated a petition on Change.org in support of the TEACH Act, … Continue reading
From January 2014, Issue 60 of “Imagineering Our Future:” CCSS-Aligned Field Tests Begin in Spring 2014: Will Your Child Have Access to Accommodations? Beginning in March 2014, over one million students nationwide will participate in field tests aligned to the … Continue reading
From January 2014, Issue 60 of “Imagineering Our Future:” TEACH Act Collaboration The National Association of Blind Students (NABS) is collaborating with the NFB advocacy and policy department in their efforts to advocate for the Technology, Education, and Accessibility in … Continue reading
From a mailing list I’m on: Greetings, We are excited to announce our 2014 Special Education Law Symposium. Please see the attached document for more information or visit coe.lehigh.edu/law for details and registration. Feel free to share this [information] with … Continue reading