[Radio-announce] Dr. Kay Ferrell speaks out on what visually impaired kids need to thrive in life

Speaking Out for the Blind speakout at acbradio.org
Mon Jan 23 16:33:23 EST 2017

*/Dr. Kay Ferrell /*– Wednesday January 25th 10:30PM Eastern/7:30PM 
Pacific (and replays every two hours throughout the next day)

For those listeners who have been visually impaired since birth or as 
young children, your parents and care providers have probably told you 
about the challenges and lack of guidance during these critical early 
years of development. Doctor Kay Alicyn Ferrell, Professor Emertia of 
Special Education at the University of Northern Colorado at Greeley, 
will provide some explanation on what visually impaired kids need to 
thrive and talk about her contributions to the blind community. 

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