[acb-diabetics] Not Getting Stuff In Braille
nancy.matulis at yahoo.com
Fri Feb 10 16:08:49 EST 2012
I think this is something that ACB and ACB-D in action should work on. How would this be done? The ADA is important in fighting diabetes, but it should have information in accessible format. Would we put this on the national agenda meeting?
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On Feb 10, 2012, at 4:00 PM, "Patricia LaFrance-Wolf" <plawolf at earthlink.net> wrote:
> Yes, it really is! They do have a number of books that you can get on Email (paying them, of course), but that is no good for newly blind who can’t do computer. Also, the diabetic management hands out they have are not accessible.
> From: acb-diabetics-bounces at acb.org [mailto:acb-diabetics-bounces at acb.org] On Behalf Of Ken Metz
> Sent: Friday, February 10, 2012 11:03 AM
> To: B.LINGARD at SYMPATICO.CA; 'Discussion list for diabetics and/or ACB issues'
> Subject: Re: [acb-diabetics] Not Getting Stuff In Braille
> Hi Brian and all.
> Isn’t it incredible that a disease that causes a tremendous amount of blindness won’t provide accessible format?
> From: acb-diabetics-bounces at acb.org [mailto:acb-diabetics-bounces at acb.org] On Behalf Of Brian Lingard
> Sent: Friday, February 10, 2012 9:55 AM
> To: 'Discussion list for diabetics and/or ACB issues'
> Subject: [acb-diabetics] Not Getting Stuff In Braille
> Ottawa Canada
> Dear Nancy, Ken and List:
> Speaking of the American Diabetes Association not providing any information in Braille, neither does the Canadian Diabetes Association! And I don't believe they provide audio cassette or CD either!
> Brian K. Lingard
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