[nabs] Blind Services in New Jersey
cutie10212002 at msn.com
Fri Nov 12 20:20:57 GMT 2010
I am from New Jersey, and the services are ok. The New Jersey commission for the blind can be a little frustrating because they take forever to get things done. They do offer a lot of services though. The transportation in NJ is not to bad either and there is paratransit service. The paratransit is annoying because you need to give them a 20 minute window either way, but God forbid if you are even a minute late. I personally almost never use paratransit though, and those that do seem satisfied enough with it. I just like to use NJ transit's regular train and bus service. NJ transit also has a reduced fair program. If you work with a dog NJ is a great place to be. Nearly everybody in NJ knows what a seeing-eye dog is, and yes to most people in NJ they are all seeing-eye dogs lol. I don't know what else you would like to know about, but feel free to ask me any other questions. I am currently living in NY city for Law school, but I still use NJ services because I am only in NY for school, and I spent my entire life until this august living in NJ. My email if you have questions is shelleyrichards9 at gmail.com<mailto:shelleyrichards9 at gmail.com>
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From: Malak & Mohamed<mailto:malak81890 at gmail.com>
To: Discussion list for NABS,National Alliance of Blind Students.<mailto:nabs at acb.org>
Sent: Tuesday, November 09, 2010 2:53 PM
Subject: [nabs] Blind Services in New Jersey
Hey all, sorry however I do not remember if I sent out an email to
this list or not.
I am wondering if anyone knows of the blind services in New jersey. Do
they have a good variety?
Thanks. I will be moving there in Dec.
Malak, Moha, and Sir Hughes
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