[nfbmi-talk] senoior centers

Terry D. Eagle terrydeagle at yahoo.com
Sun Sep 13 11:33:40 UTC 2015


If the program receives federal funding they certainly do have to be
accessible.

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Subject: [nfbmi-talk] senoior centers

Hi  Joe,

Yes, this is not right since we are all taxpayers. Could you please help
answer this:
Do programs have to be accessible to blind seniors even if the class is
taught by a volunteer? It is the class basic woodworking at the Krapohl 
senior citizen Center in Mt. Morris.   That is what I call it. I am 
giving them info and have more to take over as far as basic adaptations.
Please advise???

Missed you at the chapter meeting.

Best,
Georgia

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