ECNV's July/August Newsletter is Here!
In this edition, we discuss our efforts to help blind students in transition, as well as ECNV's involvement in the 2018 NCIL Conference and March on the Capital. Our Outreach Coordinator Tracee, Garner also writes her views on the banning of straws and how it affects people with disabilities.
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Written by ECNV Consumer, Heather McDaniel Running has been an experience for me dating back to when I was young. I have been running since I was 11 years of age, and out of curiosity, it has turned into strength. Living with blindness has presented challenges, but it has given me the greatest gift of all, self-confidence. It seems that every day, comes another test, however, if I passed these tests, it gives the satisfaction of victory.
This introductory blogpost is penned by Earnst, one of our newest members at ECNV. As a formal mental health clinician, he describes the importance of taking charge of one's destiny despite adversity. He also shares his own personal struggle and disability, in an effort to inspire others to forge their own path.
By ECNV Volunteer, James Potthast: A career is a life changing path. It can be a way to find your purpose and network with other people as well. As a person with a disability, there will be many hurdles to face on the path of chasing your dream. Other people will doubt your abilities, your understanding, and your independence. However, one thing you can control is belief in yourself and overcoming fear and self-doubt.