Future Reflections

The National Federation of the Blind Magazine for Parents and Teachers of Blind Children

Vol. 14, No. 1     Winter/ Spring 1995

Barbara Cheadle, Editor


Copyright © 1995 National Federation of the Blind

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Vol. 14, No. 1    Winter/ Spring 1995

Convention 1995: Make Plans for Chicago by Kenneth Jernigan
Welcome to Chicago by Steven O. Benson
National Seminar for Parents of Blind Children
**Pre-registration forms: NOPBC Workshops and Children's Field Trip 
My Dream for Macy by Crystal McClain
Reaching for the Stars by Julie Hunter
Federation Philosophy and the Education of Blind Children by Gail Y. Katona
Individualized Education Program (IEP) Checklist by Jennifer Haber and Leslie Seid Margolis
Reflections of a First-time Cane User by Angelique Turner
From the Bookshelf: Care and Feeding of the Long White Cane
Some Thoughts about Physical Education and Blind Kids by John Ross
The Braille Literacy Campaign: You Can Help
Ride Like the Wind by Margie Watson
Recess Smarts by Ken Volonte
Stop, Listen, and Observe: Your Blind Multiply Handicapped Child is Trying to Tell You Something! by Linda Zani Thomas
Choices and Their Costs by Peter Grunwald
Serena Can Wait at the Bottom of the Hill by Carol Castellano
Why Go it Alone? by Margie Watson
Braille, Blindness, and the Right to Take Risks:
An interview with William Raeder by D.C. Denison
Literacy Begins at Home: Family Involvement in the Home Literacy    
Experiences for Children with Visual Impairments by Christopher J. Craig
Print or Braille? I Use Both! by Charles Brown
Possibilities by Carol Castellano
Job Opportunities for the Blind by Lorraine Rovig, Director, JOB
Parent Power    

Hear Ye! Hear Ye!  

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