Family
Education

FE Program Course Listing

Media Codes:
B = English Braille American Edition
C = Cassette
CD = Audio CD
D = Download
DTB = Audio (real voice) Digital Talking Book, mailed on a standard USB plug-and-play device
DTB-DL = Audio (real voice) Digital Talking Book, downloadable from web
EB = eBook Download
LP = Large Print
OL = Online
P = Regular Print
UEB = Unified English Braille

Assessments and Diagnostics

Braille Assessment for Nemeth Code

Braille Music Basics Diagnostic

Uncontracted Braille Assessment

Early Childhood and School Age Children

Early Independence

Finding Your Way

Parenting Children with Multiple Disabilities

Transitioning from School Years to Adult Services

Low Vision and School-Age Children

Braille

Introduction to Braille, UEB Edition

Contracted Braille, UEB Edition

Basic Nemeth Code

Braille Music Basics

Braille Teaching Methods for Children

Braille Teaching Methods for Adolescents and Adults

Braille and Your Baby or Toddler

Transitioning to Unified English Braille

Eye Courses

Human Eye 1

Human Eye 2

Introduction to Low Vision and Adults

Independent Living

Abacus 1

Abacus 2

Guide Dogs

Self-Esteem and Adjusting with Blindness

Business and Careers

Family members of blind and visually impaired individuals are encouraged to take business-related courses and modules. We would like to provide the resources to family members of those planning to start a family business. Visit Hadley's Forsythe Center for Employment and Entrepreneurship for more details.

Self-Employment with a Minimal Investment

Developing Your Technology Tool Kit

Internet Essentials

Market Research

The Marketing Plan

The Financial Plan

The Business Plan

Business Insurance

Forms of Ownership

Accounting for Small Business

Taxes for Small Business

Obtaining Financing

Networking Skills

Customer Service Basics

Marketing: Finding Customers and Clients

Marketing: Conveying a Message

Marketing: Matching Products to Customers

Marketing: Creating an Image

How to Make Money as a Writer

Business Ethics

Strategies to Connect with Social Media


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