This book recounts the dramatic story of the transformation of the Iowa Commission for the Blind from a verifiably ineffective service agency to perhaps the most outstanding and effective adult service program in the nation in the span of 10 short years. What happened in Iowa was revolutionary, and the character of work with the blind in America and around the world was altered forever - the alternative civil rights - based service model worked. Using Kenneth Jernigan's own writings of Board meeting minutes, reports, and letters, I present the details of the remarkable story from an activist's point of view.The reason for this problem is twofold: first, people now go behind the serving line to pick up sandwiches and other prepared items. ... We propose to install a second line in a aquot;Uaquot; shape to operate in conjunction with the existing line, as per attachment (labeled aquot;Drawing ! ... and desserts, a three compartment food warmer, an ice maker and dispenser (set to give a. pre-determined amount of ice at the touchanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Blindness Revolution|
|Author||:||Jim H. Omvig|
|Publisher||:||IAP - 2005-01-01|