[Nfbmo] Questions and answers, please?

Susan Ford johnsusanford at earthlink.net
Wed Sep 26 23:53:04 UTC 2012

Every state in the union has a Blind Pension. True or false.

What is the name of the agency whose responsibility it is to provide 
services to adult blind people.  Rehabilitation Services for the Blind.

Where is the school for blind children located in this state?  St. Louis.

What is the leading cause of blindness today?  Diabetic retinopathy. 
(better check that out to be sure.)

How many people in every thousand are legally blind? 2.5, or between 2 and 

If a blind person learns Braille as a child, it is more more less likely 
that he/she will hold and maintain gainful employment?  More likely, You 
might want to fix that up a bit.

Can a person be born with glaucoma?  yes

What health condition do people dread having most?  Cancer? heart disease? 

Does that help?  I just thought of a few.  Didn't work very hard at it.

Hi and tell Maggie hi, too.


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From: "Fred Olver" <goodfolks at charter.net>
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Subject: [Nfbmo] Questions and answers, please?

> My church is having a Trivia Night in about six weeks. I thought it might 
> be nice to educate some folks about blindness so I want to include one 
> question in each round about blindness. Any questions with the appropriate 
> answers would be appreciated.
> Thanks in advancel.
> Fred aOlver
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