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May I help you?

Mary Kay

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I know a couple of you have posted and it did not go through. I am working on resolving these problems.

Mary Kay


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Jean Gibson <newjean@...>
 

Mary Kay, would you please remove my name from your mailing list? I am on about six other lists, and would like to begin to pare down the number of e-mails I receive. I tried to send you something about this last night, and got back an automated reply. Thanks for your attention to this matter. Jean


Breast Cancer call in support group

Mary Kay Otts <honesty@...>
 

Date: Tuesday December 1, 2009
Time: from 5-30 to 7 p.m., Pacific time, 8-30 to 10:00 P.M. Eastern
Call in number: 219-509-8222 (long-distance charges will apply if you do not have free long distance phone service.)
Meeting ID: 1920325 press the pound also known as the number key.

Are you a woman living with breast cancer?
Would you like to be part of a caring community who understands your unique experience as a woman with vision loss, also dealing with breast cancer?
The ACB Women's Concerns Committee is sponsoring a support group for you, by phone. The group has been meeting since December of 2008 and new members are always welcome.
This group will not give any medical advice, or provide therapy. It will foster a safe and positive atmosphere in which to discuss relevant issues and support one another. If you are interested, please see above for instructions on how to access the conference call for the group.
As the result of recent changes the previously used call-in number is not being used.
We apologize for any problems this change may cause for participants. If you wish to participate in the support group and do not have access to a phone with free long distance please contact Lori via email at loris1@... 516-887-1336 or leave a message for Lori at the ACB national office with Sharon Lovering at 800-424-8666 extension 2044.
When entering into the teleconference group please identify your self by first and last name and your location.
All participants must identify themselves upon entering the call to insure confidentiality and so that we know who is on the conference call.
We ask and expect everyone who attends group to observe strict confidentiality for anything discussed during group, so that everyone can feel comfortable sharing what they choose to. This group is being facilitated by three social workers who are volunteering their services and who are also ACB members. We anticipate that this group will be an uplifting experience for all and look forward to seeing you by phone on December 1.


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Hi Jean,

I will do so when I find out how

Mary Kay

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Mary Kay, would you please remove my name from your mailing list? I am on
about six other lists, and would like to begin to pare down the number of
e-mails I receive. I tried to send you something about this last night, and
got back an automated reply. Thanks for your attention to this matter.
Jean

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Re: Test

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Thanks! I hope you are doing well. Congratulations on that marriage of yours! Jean


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Thanks. Joe is the best. I sent you an email off list on how to unsubscribe

Mary Kay

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acb-l] FW: End of the Year Advocacy: Feedback needed

Mary Kay Otts <honesty@...>
 

Mitch Pomerantz <mitch.pomerantz@...>

Colleagues:

Our outstanding attorneys, Lainey Feingold and Linda Dardarian, need your assistance. Please do what you can to further our efforts to assure full accessibility to the goods and services provided through their various structured negotiations efforts.


Mitch Pomerantz



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From: Lainey Feingold [mailto:LF@...]
Sent: Tuesday, December 01, 2009 5:25 PM.


Dear members of the blind community:


As we approach the end of the year, we are asking for your help in making sure the settlement agreements negotiated by ACB and its affiliates are working well. Feedback from individuals about Talking ATMs, accessible credit reports, tactile Point of Sale devices, accessible pedestrian signals, and accessible websites is critical to the success of Structured negotiations. Please take a minute to read this email and send us feedback on any of the issues raised here. We can be reached through Lainey's email at: LF@... or by calling toll-free to Linda's office at 1-800-822-5000. Thanks in advance for your help, and wishing everyone a peaceful holiday season.


Feedback needed about the following:


(1) Accessible Credit Reports Credit reports are available in Braille, Large Print, Audio CD, and on-line in an accessible format. Each person is entitled to three free credit reports per year, one from each national credit reporting company. If you haven't received your free reports for this year, you can go on-line to www.annualcreditreport.com, or call toll free 877-322-8228 (you will be offered the chance to chose your format towards the end of the phone tree. More information available at: http://lflegal.com/2008/12/credit-announce/


(2) Tactile Keypads: Ten national retailers have signed agreements with ACB, CCB, AFB and BSCB to install and maintain tactile keypads so that customers with visual impairments can privately enter their PIN and other confidential information. The stores have trained staff on these issues, but if blind shoppers don't use the devices, this training is often forgotten. If you are able in the next month or so to shop at any of the following retailers and can use a debit or other PIN-based card, we'd appreciate hearing from you: 7-Eleven, CVS, Target, Rite-Aid, RadioShack, Safeway, Trader Joe's, Wal-Mart, Staples and Dollar General. (Please recognize that the full roll-out has not yet been completed at all these chains.)


When blind customers use a PIN-based card at these retailers it helps all of us to monitor the settlements reached as a result of Structured Negotiations and lets the companies know that these changes are important. A short summary of all the POS settlement agreements with links to the full agreement is available on Lainey's website at http://lflegal.com/category/settlements/point-of-sale-settlements/ . You can read all the press releases issued about these settlements at:
http://lflegal.com/category/articles/settlement-agreement-press-releases/press-releases-point-of-sale/


(3) Accessible Websites: Blind community advocacy has been instrumental in making the internet more accessible to people with visual impairments. We are currently monitoring the following websites as a result of Structured Negotiations settlements, and would welcome feedback: Staples (www.staples.com); CVS (www.cvs.com); Bank of America (www.bankofamerica.com); Rite-Aid (www.riteaid.com) and RadioShack (www.radioshack.com). We are also interested in hearing about other websites, particularly health-care and health insurance related, with accessibility barriers.


(4) Talking ATMs: Ten years after the first Talking ATM was installed in the United States we continue to monitor Talking ATM progress. In particular, Bank of America, with the most Talking ATMs of any bank in the country has Talking ATMs at over 90% of its locations nationwide. Please let us know if you encounter any issues at any Bank of America Talking ATM, or with Talking ATMs at other institutions around the country.


(3) Accessible Pedestrian Signals in San Francisco As a result of the settlement with CCB, the LightHouse and the Independent Living Resource Center, San Francisco has installed Accessible Pedestrian Signals at close to 80 intersections throughout the City. Feedback on the devices is critical to ensuring effective implementation of the agreement.


Thanks for everyone's continuing advocacy on these issues. Of course, if you have new issues about accessible information and technology you would like to bring to our attention, we're always happy to hear about those too.


Lainey and Linda


Lainey Feingold
Law Office of Lainey Feingold
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510.548.5062
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Linda Dardarian
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ACB Store Is Here

Mary Kay Otts <honesty@...>
 

It's finally here, just in time to help with all of your last-minute
shopping needs!

The ACB Store is now open and ready for business. There's a new clearance
category with some really great deals, and some new items too.

Right on the front page of the store are links to Independent Living Aids
and Maxi Aids. When you visit the ILA or Maxi-Aids websites and purchase
anything for yourself or a friend, a portion of your purchase benefits ACB
and our good work.

Now's a great time to visit the ACB Store at www.acb.org/store. And
remember to check back often; we'll be adding more new items soon.

A huge thanks to Earlene Hughes, ACB webmaster, for making the store
possible.

Now let's start shopping!


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PR Meeting

Mary Kay Otts <honesty@...>
 

The ACB PR Committee is holding an open telephone forum this Sunday evening
to discuss how to create and distribute your own Public Service
Announcements (PSA).

If you want to know how, this is for you!

If you have created a PSA, we welcome you. You can contribute to the
knowledge of our members!

When: Sunday evening, December 13 starting at 9:00 Eastern, 8:00 Central,
7:00 Mountain, and 6:00 Pacific

Call-in number: (605) 475-4850 and use access code 710324#

Since there may be several on the call, we need to give everyone an
opportunity to participate. If you have any questions, you can post me,
and I will do my best to give you an answer.

Ron M.
rmilliman@...
Dr. Ronald E. Milliman, Professor of Marketing, WKU


How To Get Free Or Low Cost Prescription Drugs

Mary Kay Otts <honesty@...>
 

How to Get Free Or Low-Cost Prescription Drugs

Unfortunately many Americans, including people with disabilities, cannot
afford to buy prescription drugs because either they aren't insured or
their health insurance doesn't cover their medications.
Thankfully, there are several organizations that are there to help you get
the prescription medication you need.

Many local drugstores located inside of grocery stores are trying to bring
in customers by offering free antibiotics. To find a local drugstore near you
participating in this offer for free antibiotics, you will have to call all
of the grocery store drugstores in your area. Many grocery store clubs
will send out a post card with this offer so keep your eye on the mail. It
is a good idea to sign up with all of the grocery store
clubs in your area to get these offers. Some of these offers are only good
for club members.

Visit the Partnership for Prescription Assistance website. Here you will be
directed to the prescription drug assistance programs that fit your personal
needs based on eligibility. Montel Williams is the spokesperson for this
program so you may remember seeing his public service announcements or his
plugs on his television program
for prescription drug assistance. For more information on this program,
call 1-888-4PPA-NOW (1-888-477-2669) or visit their website at www.pparx.org.

Talk to your doctor about your need for free or low cost medication. Very
often your doctor will have free medicine samples in his/her office and
they will
be happy to give them to you.

Be sure to ask your doctor for generic prescriptions when possible. Not all
generic drugs are as good as their name brand counterpart but many of them are
just as good. Many insurance companies will offer reduced co-payments for
generic drugs that may be more affordable.

Your doctor may also have coupons for free prescription drugs given to
him/her by the drug manufacturer.

Your doctor may also be able to sign you up for free prescription drug
programs.

Here is a source for additional assistance, but be cautious when dealing
with third-party concerns. There are often costs involved that may not be
obvious.

Free Medicine Help Through Prescription Assistance Programs
http://www.freemedicinerevolution.com/?gclid=CN7AqJ6E_54CFRQhnAodM0N8Kg

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Above information was edited from:
http://www.ehow.com/how_5291486_prescription-low-cost-prescription-medicatio
n.html


Dr. Ronald E. Milliman, Professor of Marketing, Western Kentucky University

Chair, ACB Public Relations Committee
Chair, ACB Monthly Monetary Support Program (MMS) Committee


Fw: [acb-l] FW: [CDR-X] Changes Make it Easier to Qualify for ExtraHelp with Medicare Prescription Drug

Mary Kay Otts <honesty@...>
 

Colleagues:

FYI:


Mitch Pomerantz

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Subject: [CDR-X] Changes Make it Easier to Qualify for Extra Help with
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Friday, January 8, 2010 Mark Lassiter, Press Officer
For Immediate Release 410-965-8904
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SOCIAL SECURITY


News Release


Chubby Checker and Social Security Commissioner Astrue Announce a New
"Twist" in the Law


Changes Make it Easier to Qualify for Extra Help with Medicare Prescription
Drug Plan Costs


Michael J. Astrue, Commissioner of Social Security, and Chubby Checker,
Grammy Award winner and rock and roll legend, today launched a new campaign
to inform millions of Americans about a new "twist" in the law that makes it
easier to qualify for extra help with Medicare prescription drug costs. The
extra help program currently provides assistance to more than nine million
senior and disabled Americans -- saving them an average of almost $4,000 a
year on their Medicare prescription drug plan costs. To apply for extra
help, there is an easy-to-use online application available at
www.socialsecurity. <http://www.socialsecurity.gov/> gov.

"The changes in the Medicare law that take effect this month will allow
hundreds of thousands of Americans who are struggling to pay their
prescription drug costs to get extra help during these tough economic
times," said Commissioner Astrue. "I am thrilled that Chubby Checker has
volunteered to help us spread this important message through a new
television, radio, and Internet spot as well as pamphlets and posters."

"Listen up, America! For 50 years, people of all ages and backgrounds have
danced the Twist," Chubby Checker said. "Now it's important everyone learn
about this new twist in the law. Check it out at www.socialsecurity.
<http://www.socialsecurity.gov/> gov."

To qualify for extra help, people must meet certain resource and income
limits. The new Medicare law eases those requirements in two ways. First,
it eliminates the cash value of life insurance from counting as a resource.
Second, it eliminates the assistance people receive from others to pay for
household expenses, such as food, rent, mortgage or utilities, from counting
as income. There also is another important "twist" in the law. The
application for extra help can now start the application process for
Medicare Savings Programs -- state programs that provide help with other
Medicare costs. These programs help pay Medicare Part B (medical insurance)
premiums. For some people, the Medicare Savings Programs also pay Medicare
Part A (hospital insurance) premiums, if any, and Part A and B deductibles
and co-payments.

To learn more about the extra help program and to view the new TV spot
featuring Chubby Checker, go to www.socialsecurity.
<http://www.socialsecurity.gov/extrahelp> gov/extrahelp.

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FW: [leadership] DOJ Weighs In

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Mitch Pomerantz

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 2010
(202) 514-2007

WWW.JUSTICE.GOV <http://www.justice.gov/>
TDD (202) 514-1888

JUSTICE DEPARTMENT REACHES THREE SETTLEMENTS UNDER THE AMERICANS WITH
DISABILITIES ACT REGARDING THE USE OF ELECTRONIC BOOK READERS

WASHINGTON - The Justice Department today announced separate
agreements under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) with Case Western
Reserve University in Cleveland, Pace University in New York City and Reed
College in Portland, Ore., regarding the use in a classroom setting of the
electronic book reader, the Kindle DX, a hand-held technological device that
simulates the experience of reading a book.

Under the agreements reached today, the universities generally will
not purchase, recommend or promote use of the Kindle DX, or any other
dedicated electronic book reader, unless the devices are fully accessible to
students who are blind and have low vision. The universities agree that if
they use dedicated electronic book readers, they will ensure that students
with vision disabilities are able to access and acquire the same materials
and information, engage in the same interactions, and enjoy the same
services as sighted students with substantially equivalent ease of use. The
agreements that the Justice Department reached with these universities
extend beyond the Kindle DX to any dedicated electronic reading device.



These agreements follow the Jan. 11, 2010 agreement between the
Justice Department, Arizona State University, the National Federation of the
Blind and the American Council of the Blind concerning the use of electronic
book readers.

"Advancing technology is systematically changing the way
universities approach education, but we must be sure that emerging
technologies offer individuals with disabilities the same opportunities as
other students," said Assistant Attorney General Thomas E. Perez. "These
agreements underscore the importance of full and equal educational
opportunities for everyone."

A handful of universities participated in a pilot project in
cooperation with Amazon.com Inc. to test the viability of the Kindle DX in a
classroom setting. The terms of the Justice Department's agreement with
each university become effective at the end of the pilot projects.

The current model of the Kindle DX has the capability to read texts
aloud, so that the materials would be accessible to blind individuals, but
the device does not include a similar text-to-speech function for the menu
and navigational controls. Without access to the menus, students who are
blind have no way to know which book they have selected or how to access the
Kindle DX Web browser or its other functions. The technological "know how"
to make navigational controls or menu selections accessible is available.

Other universities, such as Syracuse University and the University
of Wisconsin at Madison, also examined the utility of the Kindle DX as a
teaching device and decided that they would not use the Kindle DX until it
is accessible to blind individuals.

In passing the ADA and the recent ADA Amendments Act, Congress found
that individuals with disabilities were uniquely disadvantaged in critical
areas, including education. It is a core priority of the Civil Rights
Division to strengthen and expand the educational opportunities for
individuals with disabilities.

The ADA prohibits discrimination by public accommodations on the
basis of disability, including discrimination in private post-secondary
institutions. Those interested in finding out more about these agreements
or seeking information about and how to comply with the ADA can call the
Justice Department's toll-free ADA Information Line at (800) 514-0301 or
(800) 514-0383 (TDD), or access its ADA Web site at http://www.ada.gov
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[acb-l] Fwd: IBM seeks screen readers users!

Mary Kay Otts <honesty@...>
 

THE IBM USER DESIGN CENTER IS CURRENTLY LOOKING FOR PARTICIPANTS FOR
USABILITY TESTS WHO USE ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGIES SUCH AS JAWS OR OTHER
SCREEN READERS, COMPUTER KEYBOARDS WITHOUT A MOUSE, OR OTHER
ALTERNATIVE INPUT DEVICES. WE WOULD LIKE TO GATHER INFORMATION
REGARDING THE USE OF ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGIES WITH OUR PRODUCT.

IN ADDITION TO USE OF AN ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY, WE ARE SEEKING A
PARTICIPANT WITH A TECHNICAL OR CORPORATE BACKGROUND WHO HAS
EXPERIENCE WITH WEB BROWSERS, SUCH AS FIREFOX AND INTERNET EXPLORER,
AND WHO IS FAMILIAR WITH NAVIGATING WEB PAGES.

THE SESSION PAYS $75 PER HOUR, AND WILL LAST APPROXIMATELY 2-3
HOURS. THE SESSIONS WILL BE HELD IN MID-JANUARY AND CAN BE HELD
REMOTELY THROUGH WEBCONFERENCE AND TELEPHONE, OR IN PERSON AT IBM'S
SILICON VALLEY LAB IN SAN JOSE.

IF INTERESTED, PLEASE CONTACT LAURA FOWLER AT LAURAF@..., AND
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question

glibham <glibham@...>
 

I was told this morning on the bus to work that there is to be a meeting in the morning at A.I.D.B. here in Birmingham, but I've heard not one word. Is it for the officers only or for everyone - or what?
 
Thanks.
 
Netagene


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tony cothren
 

Netagene: President Judy announced at the state convention that we would hold a planning meeting on January 16 at 10:00 AM at the AIDB Regional Center in Birmingham.
 
This is not a board meeting and is strictly for the purpose of planning for 2010.
 
The officers and representatives from each chapter have been contacted and it was the responsibility of each chapter to let others know of the meeting.
Hope this explains,
Tony Cothren 

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Sent: Friday, January 15, 2010 7:44 PM
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I was told this morning on the bus to work that there is to be a meeting in the morning at A.I.D.B. here in Birmingham, but I've heard not one word. Is it for the officers only or for everyone - or what?
 
Thanks.
 
Netagene


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Re: question

billy and judy stewart <bjs1@...>
 

Thank you Toni for clearing that up.
There will be a board meeting in February. Date will be set at a later time.
WE HAD A GREAT MEETING!  A lot of excellent ideas came from it. Folks, its time to get excited about 2010 and how you can be involved. You can all help in some way. After all, Alabama Council of the Blind belongs to YOU.
Judy Stewart
 
See you at the next meeting.

Judy ----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, January 15, 2010 9:55 PM
Subject: Re: [alabama] question

Netagene: President Judy announced at the state convention that we would hold a planning meeting on January 16 at 10:00 AM at the AIDB Regional Center in Birmingham.
 
This is not a board meeting and is strictly for the purpose of planning for 2010.
 
The officers and representatives from each chapter have been contacted and it was the responsibility of each chapter to let others know of the meeting.
Hope this explains,
Tony Cothren 
----- Original Message -----
From: glibham
Sent: Friday, January 15, 2010 7:44 PM
Subject: [alabama] question

I was told this morning on the bus to work that there is to be a meeting in the morning at A.I.D.B. here in Birmingham, but I've heard not one word. Is it for the officers only or for everyone - or what?
 
Thanks.
 
Netagene


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