Sunday, October 7, 2007

The Hadley School For The Blind

After my mother was declared legally blind, as a result of macular degeneration, she desired to finish her high school degree.

I found out about the distance learning program offered from Hadley School For The Blind. My mother enrolled and worked through the coursework, but unfortunately she died before completing it. I'd like to share some information with you about their programs.

The Hadley School for the Blind offers more than 100 distance education courses free of charge to those who are blind, their families or blindness professionals. Students can select from a variety of courses and study anytime, anywhere.

What a great resource for learning!

It is certainly a wonderful program for visually impaired homeschoolers!

There website says this:
Hadley School For The Blind promotes independent living through lifelong, distance education programs for blind people, their families and blindness service providers

Hadley has a course for you if you are:

* A blind or visually impaired individual 14+ years of age
* A relative of a blind or visually impaired child
* A family member of a blind or visually impaired adult
* A professional in the blindness field

The Hadley School for the Blind offers a wide range of distance education courses to eligible students completely free of charge. Study in the comfort of your own home at a time convenient for you. Course materials arrive in the mail or online and for students in the U.S. and Canada, instructors are just a toll-free call away.
Quick Facts

* More than 10,000 students enrolled annually
* Tuition-free
* Single largest worldwide distance educator of blind and visually impaired individuals
* Courses offered in braille, large print, audio cassette and online
* More than 90 courses in four program areas

I plan to send them a donation so that they can continue the wonderful work that they do there.

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