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Attitudes and activities of the organized blind

and related material

by Allen Jenkins

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • California Council of the Blind.,
  • Oakland Orientation Center for the Blind.,
  • National Federation of the Blind.,
  • Blind -- California.

  • About the Edition

    Notes his own background and blindness; social prejudice problems; voluntary agencies and services; government agencies and personnel; employment agencies for the blind; schools, housing and miscellaneous problems. Copies of correspondence and documents added.

    Edition Notes

    StatementAllen Jenkins; tape recorded interviews conducted by Willa K. Baum in September, 1955-January, 1956. Regional Cultural History Project, University of California, Berkeley, California, 1956 :
    ContributionsBaum, Willa K., Regional Cultural History Project (University of California, Berkeley)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[9], 307, [5] leaves ; 2 sound tape reels :
    Number of Pages307
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13995250M

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As a parent, you can help shape your child’s attitudes and behaviors regarding physical activity. Knowing the recommendations is a great place to start. Encourage your child to be physically active for 60 minutes or more each day, with activities ranging from informal, active play to organized sports.

The purpose of this book is to guide parents and teachers in fostering the blind/visually impaired child's skill development in such critical areas as academics, independent movement and travel, social interaction, daily living, and self-advocacy, so that he or she will truly be on the road to an independent future.

As a remedy to these obstacles, the authors present two alternatives to teaching about organized racism—a sociological approach and a trans-national approach—that may move students toward deeper and more complex interpretations of organized : Kathleen Blee, Kelsy C Burke.

The activities in this section help students: • explore ways people who are blind or visually impaired use braille, described videos, and other tools to read, write, and learn • develop positive attitudes about the ways people who are blind and visually.

A collection of more than definitions of organized crime from academic, official and other sources from various historical periods and various countries worldwide as well as from supranational institutions provides answers to the question 'What is organized crime?' and highlights the diversity of meanings attached to the term organized crime.2A closer study of the problems of deaf-blind, blind, and deaf people demonstrates that there are two cen-tral problems which will be peripherally dealt with in this book: The degree of impairment and its onset.

There are many degrees of impairments. Relatively many deaf-blind, blind and deaf have some residual vi-sion and/or Size: KB.School for the Blind, Sight Savers International (UK), and the Canadian National Institute for the Blind for funding the Institutional Development Project (IDP) and this handbook.

I would also like to gratefully acknowledge Charity Projects for partial funding of this book and the World Blind Union for their sponsorship of the IDP.