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It saddens us to announce that Carol McCarl passed away May 2. Carol, the founder of Blindskills, publisher of Dialogue Magazine and longtime teacher of blind/visually impaired students has had a huge impact on many of us and she is already missed. Her family has asked for donations to Blindskills in lieu of flowers.
by B. T. Kimbrough
Looking back on that life-changing phone call from DIALOGUE Founder Don O. Nold in August of 1990, Carol McCarl said that it came as a complete surprise. She and Nold had never discussed DIALOGUE's future, and she had never been asked to serve on its board or editorial staff. Click here to read full story »
A World of Ideas for Visually Impaired People of All Ages
Blindskills publishes DIALOGUE, a quarterly magazine
From a recent issue:
Blind Person on Watch: Staying at the Hospital 24/7 by Sue Tullos Duffy
You Can't Fix Stupid by Marty Klein
Vacation Suggestions: A Rich Legacy of History Worth Visiting (Part Two) by Peggy Chong
What's New and Where to Get It by Jackie Ohime
More from past issues of DIALOGUE
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Subscribe to DIALOGUE - $35 per year.
Blindskills offers 3 support groups a month. They are held in the following locations.
First Thursday of the month, 12:30-2:00
New Visions-LVLS Center 50+
2615 Portland Rd. Salem, OR
Third Wednesday of the month, 2:00-3:30
Shared Visions Blindskills Office
680 State St, Ste.110 Salem, OR
Third Thursday of the month, 12:30-2:00
New Visions-LVLS Center 50+
2016 Portland Rd. Salem, OR
Facilitator, John Hammill
These groups often have speakers or discussion topics, call Blindskills office for details. 503-581-4224.
A video featuring our support group was produced by Wendy Brokaw at Salem's own CCTV Non-Profit Center.
Experiencing significant vision loss--or know someone who is? In this free handbook, readers will find words of encouragement and resources to help cope with diminishing sight. Others have experienced similar feelings and share how they coped when they first got the news. You will hear people who went through this life-altering event and have gone on to lead full, productive lives. Call or email to request your free copy today. WHERE DO I GO FROM HERE? is now available
Tips for Hospital Staff Members and Caregivers
When I Meet a Person Who is Blind, I Will ...
Other Resources and Links
CONNIE'S KITCHEN: A COMPILATION OF RECIPES AND TIPS FROM THE PAGES OF DIALOGUE in large print and braille formats, now $10
Support by Phone
In a typical year, Blindskills assists over 2000 individuals who contact us via our toll-free number from all over the United States and Canada and ask us for all kinds of information about blindness--rehabilitation and other services in their local areas, technology, and everyday tips for easier living. Call Toll-Free 800-860-4224
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Founded in 1983, Blindskills, Inc., is a nonprofit 501(c)(3)corporation funded by donations from readers, friends
Federal ID Number: 93-0829936.
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