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NAPVI Survey

A request from Susan LaVenture, Executive Director of NAPVI:
The National Association for Parents of Children with Visual Impairments (NAPVI) and the American Foundation for the Blind (AFB) are exploring the idea of creating a web site for parents so that you can have vital information available for you as you are raising your child who is visually impaired into adulthood. We need to know if you have access to the Internet and if you would actually be interested in using our web site for parents as a resource and what other ways you prefer to receive information. If you prefer to complete the survey by phone or want to receive a Braille or Spanish-language version by mail, please call: 1-800-562-6265.

Thank you in advance for your valuable input!

Next, we will ask about where you look for information regarding your child's needs.

Which of the following sources do you currently use to get medical/health, educational, recreational, or social support information regarding your child?
Where do you access the Internet?
When going online to seek information about visual impairment, which of the following types of information have you looked for:
Which of the following best describes your race or ethnicity?

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