[nfbmi-talk] Introduction

joe harcz Comcast joeharcz at comcast.net
Fri Feb 10 07:19:53 CST 2012


Hi Laura,

Welcome and I'd like to reiterate what Dave Robinson wrote.

Resources for transition services are slim, but there with MCB.

We have a Transition expert with pashion on this list. Her name is Lydia 
Schuck and she is also a Federationist and a commissioner on the Michigan 
commission for the Blind. I'm sure she'll chime in when she gets to your 
message.

I'm working on some issues here on the other side of the state as well, but 
am a bit pressed for time right now. I will write more later.

But, I too wished to welcome you and wished to invite you to our members at 
large meeting Monday night.

Peace with Justice,

Joe Harcz


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Laura Ozios" <laura.ozios at gmail.com>
To: <nfbmi-talk at nfbnet.org>
Sent: Thursday, February 09, 2012 2:11 PM
Subject: [nfbmi-talk] Introduction


> Hi Everyone!
>
> My name is Laura Ozios and I am an Orientation and Mobility/Cane Travel
> Instructor at Grand Rapids Public Schools. I just moved back to Michigan
> from Utah where I was a Cane Travel instructor at the Division of Services
> for the Blind and Visually Impaired in Salt Lake City. I was a member of
> the Salt Lake City chapter of the NFB and attended a few national
> conventions and Washington Seminar. I wanted to get in touch with members
> in the Grand Rapids area and also ask for some resources for transition
> services available to high schoolers who I am currently working with in
> Kent County. Thanks in advance for any information or resources!
>
> Laura
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