[access-uk] Re: Orientation & Mobility and other independent living training for blind people in England (and other countries represented on this list)

As interesting as this topic is it's not at all appropriate for this list.
This subject should be addressed on a more general list and not this one
who's primary topic is Adaptive Technology.  I've let this run hoping it
would be short lived and recognising it's usefulness.  However, it's went on
too long now.  Please sense on this thread.  I'll allow a few hours for
people to catchup but after lunchtime today it should be well and finished.

Barry
List Admin

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> Behalf Of Ian McNamara
> Sent: Wednesday, November 10, 2010 7:45 AM
> To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: [access-uk] Re: Orientation & Mobility and other independent
> living training for blind people in England (and other countries
> represented on this list)
> 
> hi, this is a very interesting subject it is interesting to here about
> the mobility services and stuff in other countries and learn what
> diffrent things they offer. over here the mobility services can be
> pritty good but it all depends on what area of the country you are in.
> unfortunatly for blind people in my area there is not a grate deal to
> do sotialy so it can get a bit icealating at times as it is hard for
> people like us to just get out and meat people. i am a very social
> person and like to meat people and engage in conversation and do
> diffrent things but there are not really the recorses in the birmingham
> area to alow us to intergrate in to the sighted world completly also
> there is a distinkt lack of awereness in the sighted community to what
> we as blind people can do.
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