ACB Braille Forum Podcast

The ACB Braille Forum Vol. LIII May 2015 No. 11

The ACB Braille Forum Vol. LIII May 2015 No. 11 Published by the American Council of the Blind ***** Be A Part of ACB The American Council of the Blind (TM) is a membership organization made up of more than 70 state and special-interest affiliates. To join, contact the national office at 1-800-424-8666. ** Contribute to Our Work Those much-needed contributions, which are tax-deductible, can be sent to Attn: Treasurer, ACB, 6300 Shingle Creek Pkwy., Suite 195, Brooklyn Center, MN 55430. If you wish to remember a relative or friend, the national office has printed cards available for this purpose. Consider including a gift to ACB in your Last Will and Testament. If your wishes are complex, call the national office. To make a contribution to ACB by the Combined Federal Campaign, use this number: 11155. ** Check in with ACB For the latest in legislative and governmental news, call the “Washington Connection” 24/7 at 1-800-424-8666, or read it online. Listen to ACB Reports by downloading the MP3 file from www.acb.org, or call (231) 460-1061 and choose option 3. Tune in to ACB Radio at www.acbradio.org or by calling (231) 460-1047. Learn more about us at www.acb.org. Follow us on Twitter at @acbnational, or like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/AmericanCounciloftheBlindOfficial. © 2015 American Council of the Blind Melanie Brunson, Executive Director Sharon Lovering, Editor 2200 Wilson Blvd., Suite 650, Arlington, VA 22201 ***** Table of Contents Acknowledgement President’s Message: Riding the Rails, by Kim Charlson ACB Sues Four D.C. Cab Companies for Discrimination Against People Who Use Guide Dogs, by Melanie Brunson Convention Week Sneak Preview, by Janet Dickelman Show Your Love for ACB and Get the Chance to Win up to $5,000! Got an Amendment for the ACB Constitution and Bylaws? A Few Reminders, by John Huffman Join the Stampede at the ACB Brenda Dillon Memorial Walk, by Donna Brown An Update on Giving Societies, by Tom Tobin ACB Monthly Monetary Support Program (MMS) Funds Many Useful Services, by George Holliday Seeing Can Be Deceiving, by Ken Stewart Affiliate News Passings Here and There, edited by Sharon Strzalkowski High Tech Swap Shop UEB, by Nancy Scott ACB Officers, Board of Directors, and Board of Publications Accessing Your ACB Braille and E-Forums ** Are You Moving? Do You Want to Change Your Subscription? Contact Sharon Lovering in the ACB national office, 1-800-424-8666, or via e-mail, slovering@acb.org. Give her the information, and she'll take care of the changes for you.
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The ACB E-Forum Volume LIII April 2015 No. 10

The ACB E-Forum Volume LIII April 2015 No. 10 Published by the American Council of the Blind ***** ** Be A Part of ACB The American Council of the Blind (TM) is a membership organization made up of more than 70 state and special-interest affiliates. To join, contact the national office at 1-800-424-8666. ** Contribute to Our Work Those much-needed contributions, which are tax-deductible, can be sent to Attn: Treasurer, ACB, 6300 Shingle Creek Pkwy., Suite 195, Brooklyn Center, MN 55430. If you wish to remember a relative or friend, the national office has printed cards available for this purpose. Consider including a gift to ACB in your Last Will and Testament. If your wishes are complex, call the national office. To make a contribution to ACB by the Combined Federal Campaign, use this number: 11155. ** Check in with ACB For the latest in legislative and governmental news, call the “Washington Connection” 24/7 at 1-800-424-8666, or read it online. Listen to ACB Reports by downloading the MP3 file from www.acb.org, or call (231) 460-1061 and choose option 3. Tune in to ACB Radio at www.acbradio.org or by calling (231) 460-1047. Learn more about us at www.acb.org. Follow us on Twitter at @acbnational, or like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/AmericanCounciloftheBlindOfficial. © 2015 American Council of the Blind Melanie Brunson, Executive Director Sharon Lovering, Editor 2200 Wilson Blvd., Suite 650, Arlington, VA 22201 All content created initially for use by ACB in publications, in any media on any web site domains administered by ACB, or as a broadcast or podcast on ACB Radio, archived or not, is considered to be the property of the American Council of the Blind. Creative content that appears elsewhere originally remains the property of the original copyright holder. Those responsible for creative content submitted initially to ACB are free to permit their materials to appear elsewhere with proper attribution and prior notification to the ACB national office. ***** Table of Contents President’s Message: What Can Marrakesh Do to Help Make Books Accessible for Everyone?, by Kim Charlson ACB Legislative Imperatives for 2015, by Melanie Brunson The Bright Stars Align over Dallas, by Janet Dickelman FIA Reflects on Turning 30 and Looks Forward to the Future, by Dwayne Estes Walk with the Stars at the ACB Brenda Dillon Memorial Walk, by Donna Brown Seeking Helpers for the 2015 Information Desk, by Vicky Prahin Come One, Come All to the Lone Star Loot Auction! Product Evaluations and Guides: A Review of the Odin VI: An Accessible Feature Phone from Odin Mobile, by Bill Holton Passings Affiliate News Here and There, edited by Sharon Strzalkowski High Tech Swap Shop Blind Bind, by John Lee Clark
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The ACB Braille Forum Vol. LIII March 2015 No. 9

The ACB Braille Forum Vol. LIII March 2015 No. 9 Published by the American Council of the Blind Be A Part of ACB The American Council of the Blind (TM) is a membership organization made up of more than 70 state and special-interest affiliates. To join, contact the national office at 1-800-424-8666. Contribute to Our Work Those much-needed contributions, which are tax-deductible, can be sent to Attn: Treasurer, ACB, 6300 Shingle Creek Pkwy., Suite 195, Brooklyn Center, MN 55430. If you wish to remember a relative or friend, the national office has printed cards available for this purpose. Consider including a gift to ACB in your Last Will and Testament. If your wishes are complex, call the national office. To make a contribution to ACB by the Combined Federal Campaign, use this number: 11155. Check in with ACB For the latest in legislative and governmental news, call the “Washington Connection” 24/7 at 1-800-424-8666, or read it online. Listen to ACB Reports by downloading the MP3 file from www.acb.org, or call (231) 460-1061 and choose option 3. Tune in to ACB Radio at www.acbradio.org or by calling (231) 460-1047. Learn more about us at www.acb.org. Follow us on Twitter at @acbnational, or like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/AmericanCounciloftheBlindOfficial. © 2015 American Council of the Blind Melanie Brunson, Executive Director Sharon Lovering, Editor 2200 Wilson Blvd., Suite 650, Arlington, VA 22201 Table of Contents Acknowledgement President’s Message: More on Accessible Prescription Labels, by Kim Charlson Tax Tips from the IRS, by Melanie Brunson ACB’s Stars Will Shine Bright in Dallas, by Janet Dickelman Last Call: The DKM Train Is Leaving the Station, by Allen Casey Let the Stars Shine Bright on the ACB Brenda Dillon Memorial Walk, by Donna Brown Call for Nominees for 2015 ACB Awards!, by Chelle Hart & Chip Hailey Board of Publications Again Awards Your Excellence in Media and Writing in 2015 Come to the Lone Star Loot Auction! The Importance of Grassroots, by Kathy Brockman Best Audio Holiday Season Ever, by Susan Glass A Telecommuting Job Could Be Just What You Are Looking For, by Dr. Ronald E. Milliman Affiliate News Here and There, edited by Sharon Strzalkowski
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The ACB E-Forum Volume LIII February 2015 No. 8

The ACB E-Forum Volume LIII February 2015 No. 8 Published by the American Council of the Blind ***** ** Be A Part of ACB The American Council of the Blind (TM) is a membership organization made up of more than 70 state and special-interest affiliates. To join, contact the national office at 1-800-424-8666. ** Contribute to Our Work Those much-needed contributions, which are tax-deductible, can be sent to Attn: Treasurer, ACB, 6300 Shingle Creek Pkwy., Suite 195, Brooklyn Center, MN 55430. If you wish to remember a relative or friend, the national office has printed cards available for this purpose. Consider including a gift to ACB in your Last Will and Testament. If your wishes are complex, call the national office. To make a contribution to ACB by the Combined Federal Campaign, use this number: 11155. ** Check in with ACB For the latest in legislative and governmental news, call the “Washington Connection” 24/7 at 1-800-424-8666, or read it online. Listen to ACB Reports by downloading the MP3 file from www.acb.org, or call (231) 460-1061 and choose option 3. Tune in to ACB Radio at www.acbradio.org or by calling (231) 460-1047. Learn more about us at www.acb.org. Follow us on Twitter at @acbnational, or like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/AmericanCounciloftheBlindOfficial. © 2015 American Council of the Blind Melanie Brunson, Executive Director Sharon Lovering, Editor 2200 Wilson Blvd., Suite 650, Arlington, VA 22201 ***** Table of Contents President’s Message: Randolph-Sheppard: A Program Providing Opportunities, by Kim Charlson The Bureau of Engraving and Printing Launches Phase 2 of Money Reader Distribution Program, by Melanie Brunson Congress Passes ABLE Act: Major Victory for People with Disabilities and Their Families Come to Dallas, Where the Stars Shine Bright, by Janet Dickelman Come and Bid at the Lone Star Loot Auction! There’s a First Time for Everything, by Allen Casey Santa Comes to ACB Radio, by Carla Ruschival Fighting for Equal Opportunities: Perkins’ trailblazing Kim Charlson makes history again as first woman president of the American Council of the Blind, by Bill Winter MIT Ring-Like Device Scans Texts and Reads to the Blind in Real Time, by Rodrique Ngowi Life Is Unpredictable – Embrace It, by Larry Johnson Between Two Worlds: From Vision to Blindness, by Teddie-Joy Remhild New Items in Store at the ACB Mini Mall, by Carla Ruschival Affiliate News Passings Here and There, edited by Sharon Strzalkowski High Tech Swap Shop ** Are You Moving? Do You Want to Change Your Subscription? Contact Sharon Lovering in the ACB national office, 1-800-424-8666, or via e-mail, slovering@acb.org. Give her the information, and she'll take care of the changes for you. ** ACB Radio has a new and improved web site; come see for yourself at www.acbradio.org. ** Got talent? Tell us about you: marlaina@acbradio.org
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The ACB Braille Forum Vol. LIII January 2015 No. 7

Published by the American Council of the Blind ***** ** Be A Part of ACB The American Council of the Blind (TM) is a membership organization made up of more than 70 state and special-interest affiliates. To join, contact the national office at 1-800-424-8666. ** Contribute to Our Work Those much-needed contributions, which are tax-deductible, can be sent to Attn: Treasurer, ACB, 6300 Shingle Creek Pkwy., Suite 195, Brooklyn Center, MN 55430. If you wish to remember a relative or friend, the national office has printed cards available for this purpose. Consider including a gift to ACB in your Last Will and Testament. If your wishes are complex, call the national office. To make a contribution to ACB by the Combined Federal Campaign, use this number: 11155. ** Check in with ACB For the latest in legislative and governmental news, call the “Washington Connection” 24/7 at 1-800-424-8666, or read it online. Listen to ACB Reports by downloading the MP3 file from www.acb.org, or call (231) 460-1061 and choose option 3. Tune in to ACB Radio at www.acbradio.org or by calling (231) 460-1047. Learn more about us at www.acb.org. Follow us on Twitter at @acbnational, or like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/AmericanCounciloftheBlindOfficial. © 2014 American Council of the Blind Melanie Brunson, Executive Director Sharon Lovering, Editor 2200 Wilson Blvd., Suite 650, Arlington, VA 22201 ***** Table of Contents President’s Message: ACB and Braille: An Ongoing Commitment, by Kim Charlson Time to Register for Midyear, Legislative Seminar!, by Melanie Brunson Touring Texas, by Janet Dickelman Celebrate Durward’s Centennial: Be a DKM First-Timer, by Allen Casey Announcing the American Council of the Blind Legacy Society Accessing the ACB Forum and E-Forum: Let Me Count the Ways, by Judy Wilkinson Advocacy, ACB Style, by Mitch Pomerantz And the Winner Is …, by Mike Godino Summary of the Fall 2014 ACB Board Meeting, by Denise Colley Affiliate News Letters from Our Readers: Animal Planet, by Penny Reeder Here and There, edited by Sharon Strzalkowski High Tech Swap Shop ** Are You Moving? Do You Want to Change Your Subscription? Contact Sharon Lovering in the ACB national office, 1-800-424-8666, or via e-mail, slovering@acb.org. Give her the information, and she'll take care of the changes for you. ** All blind musicians, all the time at the ACB Radio Café, www.acbradio.org/cafe. ** ACB Radio Mainstream has blindness-related news you can use at www.acbradio.org/mainstream.
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The ACB E-Forum Volume LIII December 2014 No. 6

The ACB E-Forum Volume LIII December 2014 No. 6 Published by the American Council of the Blind Be A Part of ACB The American Council of the Blind (TM) is a membership organization made up of more than 70 state and special-interest affiliates. To join, contact the national office at 1-800-424-8666. Contribute to Our Work Those much-needed contributions, which are tax-deductible, can be sent to Attn: Treasurer, ACB, 6300 Shingle Creek Pkwy., Suite 195, Brooklyn Center, MN 55430. If you wish to remember a relative or friend, the national office has printed cards available for this purpose. Consider including a gift to ACB in your Last Will and Testament. If your wishes are complex, call the national office. To make a contribution to ACB by the Combined Federal Campaign, use this number: 11155. Check in with ACB For the latest in legislative and governmental news, call the “Washington Connection” 24/7 at 1-800-424-8666, or read it online. Listen to ACB Reports by downloading the MP3 file from www.acb.org, or call (231) 460-1061 and choose option 3. Tune in to ACB Radio at www.acbradio.org or by calling (231) 460-1047. Learn more about us at www.acb.org. Follow us on Twitter at @acbnational, or like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/AmericanCounciloftheBlindOfficial. © 2014 American Council of the Blind Melanie Brunson, Executive Director Sharon Lovering, Editor 2200 Wilson Blvd., Suite 650, Arlington, VA 22201 All content created initially for use by ACB in publications, in any media on any web site domains administered by ACB, or as a broadcast or podcast on ACB Radio, archived or not, is considered to be the property of the American Council of the Blind. Creative content that appears elsewhere originally remains the property of the original copyright holder. Those responsible for creative content submitted initially to ACB are free to permit their materials to appear elsewhere with proper attribution and prior notification to the ACB national office. Table of Contents President’s Message: Thanks for Our Blessings, by Kim Charlson Announcing the 2015-16 ACB Scholarship Program It’s Holiday Auction Time, by Carla Ruschival Convention Bits and Pieces, by Janet Dickelman A Partnership for Affiliate Empowerment, by Doug Powell Avoid the Crowds; Shop from Home at the ACB Mini Mall, by Carla Ruschival And the 2014-2015 Scholarship Winners Are …, by Michael Garrett Celebrating Successes at the Banquet, by Sharon Lovering 2014 ACB Membership Seminar, compiled by Ardis Bazyn A Look into the ACB Pre-Convention and Post-Convention Board Meetings, by Denise Colley Affiliate News Passings Here and There, edited by Sharon Strzalkowski High Tech Swap Shop Are You Moving? Do You Want to Change Your Subscription? Contact Sharon Lovering in the ACB national office, 1-800-424-8666, or via e-mail, slovering@acb.org. Give her the information, and she'll take care of the changes for you. Got a request? Tune in to ACB Radio interactive and ask the DJ on duty to play it for you at www.acbradio.org. Blind show hosts offer a plethora of musical genres at www.acbradio.org/interactive.
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The ACB Braille Forum Vol. LIII November 2014 No. 5

The ACB Braille Forum Vol. LIII November 2014 No. 5 Published by the American Council of the Blind ***** The American Council of the Blind strives to increase the independence, security, equality of opportunity, and to improve quality of life for all blind and visually impaired people. Kim Charlson, President Melanie Brunson, Executive Director Sharon Lovering, Editor National Office: 2200 Wilson Blvd. Suite 650 Arlington, VA 22201 (202) 467-5081 fax: (703) 465-5085 Web site: http://www.acb.org The ACB Braille Forum (TM) is available in braille, large print, half-speed four-track cassette tape, data CD, and via e-mail. Subscription requests, address changes, and items intended for publication should be sent to Sharon Lovering at the address above, or via e-mail to slovering@acb.org. The American Council of the Blind (TM) is a membership organization made up of more than 70 state and special-interest affiliates. To join, contact the national office at the number listed above. Those much-needed contributions, which are tax-deductible, can be sent to Attn: Treasurer, ACB, 6300 Shingle Creek Pkwy., Suite 195, Brooklyn Center, MN 55430. If you wish to remember a relative or friend, the national office has printed cards available for this purpose. Consider including a gift to ACB in your Last Will and Testament. If your wishes are complex, call the national office. To make a contribution to ACB via the Combined Federal Campaign, use this number: 11155. For the latest in legislative and governmental news, call the "Washington Connection" toll-free at (800) 424-8666, 5 p.m. to midnight Eastern time, or read it online. Copyright 2014 American Council of the Blind All content created initially for use by ACB in publications, in any media on any web site domains administered by ACB, or as a broadcast or podcast on ACB Radio, archived or not, is considered to be the property of the American Council of the Blind. Creative content that appears elsewhere originally remains the property of the original copyright holder. Those responsible for creative content submitted initially to ACB are free to permit their materials to appear elsewhere with proper attribution and prior notification to the ACB national office. ***** Table of Contents President’s Report to the National Convention, Part III, by Kim Charlson Snowflakes and Birthday Cake: It’s Holiday Auction Time, by Carla Ruschival Convention Attendees Find ‘The Real Deal’ in Las Vegas, by Sharon Lovering Honor Achievement as You Celebrate the Holidays Summary of 2014 ACB Resolutions Here and There, edited by Sharon Strzalkowski High Tech Swap Shop ** Forum Subscription Notes You can now get “The ACB Braille Forum” by podcast! To subscribe, go to “The ACB Braille Forum” page on www.acb.org. If you do not yet have a podcast client, you can download one from the Forum page. To subscribe to "The Braille Forum" and “The ACB E-Forum” via e-mail, go to www.acb.org/mailman/listinfo/brailleforum-L. ** Are You Moving? Do You Want to Change Your Subscription? Contact Sharon Lovering in the ACB national office, 1-800-424-8666, or via e-mail, slovering@acb.org. Give her the information, and she'll take care of the changes for you.
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The ACB E-Forum Volume LIII October 2014 No. 4

The ACB E-Forum Volume LIII October 2014 No. 4 Published by the American Council of the Blind ***** The American Council of the Blind strives to increase the independence, security, equality of opportunity, and to improve quality of life for all blind and visually impaired people. Kim Charlson, President Melanie Brunson, Executive Director Sharon Lovering, Editor National Office: 2200 Wilson Blvd. Suite 650 Arlington, VA 22201 (202) 467-5081 fax: (703) 465-5085 Web site: http://www.acb.org The ACB E-Forum (TM) is available via e-mail, as well as via download from www.acb.org. Subscription requests, address changes, and items intended for publication should be sent to Sharon Lovering at the address above, or via e-mail to slovering@acb.org. The American Council of the Blind (TM) is a membership organization made up of more than 70 state and special-interest affiliates. To join, contact the national office at the number listed above. Those much-needed contributions, which are tax-deductible, can be sent to Attn: Treasurer, ACB, 6300 Shingle Creek Pkwy., Suite 195, Brooklyn Center, MN 55430. If you wish to remember a relative or friend, the national office has printed cards available for this purpose. Consider including a gift to ACB in your Last Will and Testament. If your wishes are complex, call the national office. To make a contribution to ACB via the Combined Federal Campaign, use this number: 11155. For the latest in legislative and governmental news, call the "Washington Connection" toll-free at (800) 424-8666, 5 p.m. to midnight Eastern time, or read it online. Copyright 2014 American Council of the Blind All content created initially for use by ACB in publications, in any media on any web site domains administered by ACB, or as a broadcast or podcast on ACB Radio, archived or not, is considered to be the property of the American Council of the Blind. Creative content that appears elsewhere originally remains the property of the original copyright holder. Those responsible for creative content submitted initially to ACB are free to permit their materials to appear elsewhere with proper attribution and prior notification to the ACB national office. ***** Table of Contents President’s Report to the National Convention, Part II, by Kim Charlson An Update on ACB’s Annual Giving Programs and a Thank-You to Some Very Special Donors, by Melanie Brunson Audio Description Awards Announced Traveling to Dallas, by Janet Dickelman Snowflakes and Birthday Cake: 2014 ACB Radio Holiday Auction, by Carla Ruschival Let Your Light Shine: Be a DKM First-Timer, by Allen Casey Getting Help with Your Medicare Costs When Money Is Tight, by Ron Pollack Two Weeks to Go, by Deon Lyons Embracing Life Is Key for Disabled, Society, by Larry Johnson Teen Engineer Develops a Braille Printer out of LEGOs, by Robert Kingett Who Was Laura Bridgman?, by Elizabeth Fiorite Helping the Hospitality Industry Become More Hospitable, by Ken Stewart Affiliate News Here and There, edited by Sharon Strzalkowski High Tech Swap Shop
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The ACB Braille Forum Vol. LIII September 2014 No. 3

Table of Contents President’s Report to the National Convention, Part I, by Kim Charlson Bureau of Engraving and Printing Begins Distributing Currency Readers, by Melanie Brunson Final Thoughts on Las Vegas, by Janet Dickelman Special Ceremony Introduces ACB Angels Memorial Tribute at Opening Session, by Dan Spoone A Peek Behind the Scenes of the 2014 ACB Auction, by Penny Crane ACB: Changing the World One Winery at a Time, by Marlaina Lieberg ADP’s Inaugural Mentorship Program a Success!, by Susan Glass Tips on Applying for Social Security Disability Benefits, by Lisa Giorgetti Passings Affiliate News Letter to the Editor Here and There, edited by Sharon Strzalkowski High Tech Swap Shop
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The ACB Braille Forum Volume LIII July 2014 No. 1

The ACB Braille Forum Volume LIII July 2014 No. 1 Published by the American Council of the Blind ***** The American Council of the Blind strives to increase the independence, security, equality of opportunity, and to improve quality of life for all blind and visually impaired people. Kim Charlson, President Melanie Brunson, Executive Director Sharon Lovering, Editor National Office: 2200 Wilson Blvd. Suite 650 Arlington, VA 22201 (202) 467-5081 fax: (703) 465-5085 Web site: http://www.acb.org The ACB Braille Forum (TM) is available in braille, large print, half-speed four-track cassette tape, data CD, and via e-mail. Subscription requests, address changes, and items intended for publication should be sent to Sharon Lovering at the address above, or via e-mail to slovering@acb.org. The American Council of the Blind (TM) is a membership organization made up of more than 70 state and special-interest affiliates. To join, contact the national office at the number listed above. Those much-needed contributions, which are tax-deductible, can be sent to Attn: Treasurer, ACB, 6300 Shingle Creek Pkwy., Suite 195, Brooklyn Center, MN 55430. If you wish to remember a relative or friend, the national office has printed cards available for this purpose. Consider including a gift to ACB in your Last Will and Testament. If your wishes are complex, call the national office. To make a contribution to ACB via the Combined Federal Campaign, use this number: 11155. For the latest in legislative and governmental news, call the "Washington Connection" toll-free at (800) 424-8666, 5 p.m. to midnight Eastern time, or read it online. Copyright 2014 American Council of the Blind All content created initially for use by ACB in publications, in any media on any web site domains administered by ACB, or as a broadcast or podcast on ACB Radio, archived or not, is considered to be the property of the American Council of the Blind. Creative content that appears elsewhere originally remains the property of the original copyright holder. Those responsible for creative content submitted initially to ACB are free to permit their materials to appear elsewhere with proper attribution and prior notification to the ACB national office. ***** Table of Contents President’s Message: More Prescription Drug Access Coming to Your Neighborhood, by Kim Charlson Staying Connected in Vegas, by Janet Dickelman ACB at the Other End of Your Telephone Wire, by Marlaina Lieberg Getting Health Insurance When You Retire Early, by Ron Pollack Board of Publications Gives You the Chance to Let Your Voice Be Heard Why Do We Fear the Blind?, by Rosemary Mahoney Blind Purdue Grad Works to Make Science Accessible, by Hayleigh Colombo Musings: ACB Past, Present and Future, by Paul Edwards Affiliate News Here and There, edited by Sharon Strzalkowski High Tech Swap Shop ** Forum Subscription Notes You can now get "The Braille Forum" by podcast! To subscribe, go to "The Braille Forum" page on www.acb.org. If you do not yet have a podcast client, you can download one from the Forum page. To subscribe to "The Braille Forum" via e-mail, go to www.acb.org/mailman/listinfo/brailleforum-L. ** Are You Moving? Do You Want to Change Your Subscription? Contact Sharon Lovering in the ACB national office, 1-800-424-8666, or via e-mail, slovering@acb.org. Give her the information, and she'll take care of the changes for you.
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