Future Reflections

Future Reflections

Future
Reflections
The
National Federation of the Blind Magazine for Parents and Teachers of Blind
Children
Vol. 2,
No. 1 January/ February 1983
Barbara
Cheadle, Editor
ISSN-0883-3419
Copyright
© 1983 National Federation of the Blind
For more information
about blindness and children contact:
National Organization of Parents of Blind Children
1800 Johnson Street, Baltimore, MD 21230
(410) 659-9314, ext. 2360
www.nfb.org/nopbc • nfb@nfb.org • bcheadle@nfb.org

CONTENTS

Vol. 2,
No. 1 January/ February 1983
To Be The Best Person She Can Be
From the Editor's Mailbox
Let Your Blind Child In The Kitchen, Mom
What Can Your Deaf-Blind Child Expect
Profile
Literature Review
Myths and Facts About Blindness
Hear Ye! Hear Ye!
Complete Future Reflections
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FROM THE EDITOR
Since the Christmas and New Year's season will be over when you receive this issue, I can only express my wish that it was a good and happy time for you, and that the New Year, 1983, will be even better than 1982.
A few words about this issue are in order. You will notice that we do not have an announcement about how and where taped copies of Future Reflections are available. That is because Susan Ford, who has been handling that, has just moved from Montana to St. Louis, Missouri. We are thrilled to have her here in Missouri with us, but new arrangements must now be made for taping the magazine. We should have those arrangements completed by the time our next issue comes out.
You will notice that we have an article in this issue which deals with the multiply-handicapped (specifically, the deaf-blind). We would like to hear more from our readers. who have multiply handicapped children. Tell us what you would like to read about, what your problems and concerns are, and how you've solved particular problems.

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