Module G - Slide 3


Typical radio, TV or newspaper publicity and notices should be considered, but other avenues need to be pursued to get the information out to individuals who are blind. There are often other avenues such as radio reading services, which provide information for people with disabilities, rehabilitation centers that may have newsletters or information announcements for individuals who have received services through the center. In addition there are often regular meetings of consumer groups of individuals who are blind where presentations can be scheduled. Web sites of city, county, and transit organizations could provide information. Additional possibilities include presentations at neighborhood meetings, business association meetings, social service clubs and other similar groups.