[Nmabs] [nabs-l] NABS Guide Dog/Cane Call on Monday!
dsmithnfb at gmail.com
Sun Dec 15 23:40:43 UTC 2013
Unfortunately, the call will not be recorded. I will look into options for notetaking, but I cannot promise anything. I do apologize and I look forward to hearing from all who can attend.
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> On Dec 14, 2013, at 8:11 PM, Haley Sumner <haleysumner at sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> Hilello all,
> Will the call on Monday be recorded? I will not be able to attend because of a school ceremony, but I am very curious about this topic, and definitely want to hear the input of the students.
> Sent from my iPhone
>> On Dec 14, 2013, at 4:17 PM, Darian Smith <dsmithnfb at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Greetings Fellow Students,
>> It’s an age-old question of a personal decision regarding the
>> decision to travel with Cane or Guide dog and which is the best
>> option for the
>> While no one discussion can hope to answer that question for anyone,
>> the National Association of Blind STudents is excited to host a
>> forum where
>> you can get your questions answered on the matter by blind students
>> who have extensive experience traveling with dog and cane.
>> Come and Join NABS and our guest speakers NAGDU Board member Julie
>> Mcginnity and Former NABS President (2009-2011) Arielle Silverman on
>> Monday, December
>> 16 at 8p.m. Eastern Time as they share their experiences and answer
>> questions on the pros and cons of both cane and guide dogs travel.
>> Call:(605) 475-6700 and enter code 7869673.
>> We look forward to joining you on the call!
>> Regards ,
>> The National Association of Blind Students.
>> Darian Smith
>> Text the word BLIND to 85944 to donate $10 to the NFB Imagination Fund
>> via your phone bill.
>> The time is now to eliminate Subminimum Wages for People with Disabilities
>> “We know not of our future, but we know of our past. A past that is
>> made up of our ancestor’s Dreams, their stories and hopes.
>> These sights once seen, sounds heard and emotions felt are now our
>> knowledge. The knowledge that guides us to this very moment…”
>> -Darian Smith
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