Future Reflections

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

Vol. 16, No. 4  Fall 1997

Barbara Cheadle, Editor

ISSN-0883-3419

Copyright © 1997 National Federation of the Blind

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CONTENTS
                                         

Vol. 16, No. 4   Fall 1997

Why I Am Choosing Blindness
by Scott Feldman

I'm Partially Sighted, and I Use a White Cane
by Peggy Chong

I'm Albino, Legally Blind, and a Meteorologist
by Sam Herron

Normal Visual Development
by Lisa C. Verderber

Vision Stimulation: Is the Tide Turning?
by Julie Hunter

Funding Closed Circuit Televisions
by Greg Trapp

Can Braille Change the Future?
by Denise Staulter

The Cody Greiser Story: A Work in Progress
by Jim Marks (additional comments by Dan Burk)

Parents Win Fight with School Board in Virginia

Is Due Process in Your Future?
by Larry Larsen and Phillip Guzman

My Cane is Great
by Susi D'Mello

Teacher Recognition

Sharing Creative Movement with Your Child
by Edwina Peterson Cross

Miss Idaho 1994:  A Special Friend
by Ramona Walhof

Munchkin Mobility:  Twelve to Twenty-Four Months
by Jane Bartley

Pediatric Physical Therapy: Focusing on the Whole Child
by Gail A. Hatch

Computer Games for Blind Children
by Greg Trapp

Helpful Hints for Parents of Blind Infants and Toddlers
by Christine Faltz

A Chance to Belong
by Crystal McClain

Reflections on the Importance of Socialization for Blind
Girls and Women
by Barbara Pierce

Never Laugh at the Teacher's Jokes
by Srikala Ashok

Hear Ye! Hear Ye!

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