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
2200 Wilson Blvd.
Arlington, VA 22201
fax: (703) 465-5085
Web site: http://www.acb.org
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Table of Contents
- ACB Braille Forum, May 2014 downloads
- President's Message: Building Communication Options for ACB, by Kim Charlson
- Calling All Advocates! by Melanie Brunson and Sheila Styron
- Help for Non-24 on the Way by Sharon Lovering
- It's Your Convention: Join Us in Las Vegas by Janet Dickelman
- Audio Description Project: We Need You! by Joel Snyder, Director, ACB Audio Description Project
- Gambling on Leadership by Jim Jirak
- 2014 Information Desk by Vicky Prahin
- Reminder about Constitution and Bylaws Amendments
- $$$ Win the $5,000 Grand Prize $$$
- The ACB Brenda Dillon Memorial Walk: It's the Real Deal! by Donna Brown
- Play the Best Odds in the House and Win an Apple iPad! by Dr. Ron Milliman
- How to Get the Most from Your Vocational Rehabilitation Experience, Part IV: Informed Choice by Doug Powell
- When You Need a Little Help: Alternatives to Nursing Home Care by Ron Pollack
- Inaccessible Medical Equipment: Have You Experienced It? by Chris Gray
- My New Vision: What It's Like to See with the CentraSight Telescope Implant by Patty Gadjewski
- What Are They To Think If … by Larry Johnson
- Remembering Coletta Whitcomb Davis
- Readers' Remembrances of Coletta Davis
- Affiliate News
- Here and There edited by Sharon Strzalkowski
- High Tech Swap Shop
- ACB Officers
Forum Subscription Notes
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