Blind Orientation & Mobility Instructor Daniel Kish in Perth

PERTH: Blind Orientation & Mobility Instructor Daniel Kish in Perth – One-Day Seminar

Dear Blind Citizens WA Members and non Members,

Blind Citizens WA, working with World Access for the Blind Australia is pleased to present US Orientation and Mobility Instructor Daniel Kish in Perth for a one-day seminar on Friday 7 February 2014.

Daniel Kish
Seeing with Sound
Friday 7 February 2014
9am – 4pm
Wesfarmers Theatrette, Association for the Blind of WA Building
61 Kitchener Ave, Victoria Park
Cost – $20 Blind Citizens WA members / $40 non-members
All welcome
Lunch is not provided, however food and refreshments will be available to purchase at the venue or nearby cafe.

Daniel will also conduct a two-day workshop on Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 February 2014. Places are strictly limited at a cost of $150 per person.

Daniel Kish – Orientation & Mobility Instructor
“Seeing with Sound”
Friday 7 February 2013
9am – 4pm
Wesfarmers Theatrette – Association for the Blind of WA
61 Kitchener Ave, Victoria Park

Daniel is a blind orientation and mobility instructor from the US, teaching techniques such as FlashSonar to students worldwide. Daniel will share his unique perspective and a philosophy that everyone should enjoy the freedom and strength of character to seek and discover their own limits and strengths.

Daniel’s seminar is suitable for people who are blind or vision impaired, people who work in the disability and community services and other interested members of the community. The seminar will include demonstrations, discussion and video / audio presentations.

“I can now travel anywhere I want to if I so choose. I still have anxiety at times but I also have the skills both physically and emotionally to work it through to its source and move past it to achieve my goals.”
Julee-anne Bell, Founder, World Access for the Blind Australia

Cost – $40 non-members / $20 Blind Citizens WA members
Lunch not provided – food and drink may be purchased at the venue.

World Access for the Blind Australia aims to facilitate the self-directed achievement of people with all forms of blindness.

Blind Citizens WA has been advocating for the rights of Western Australians who are blind or vision impaired since 1961.

More Information and RSVPs
Please contact Blind Citizens WA on (08) 9355 5113 or via – or call Deanne Ferris on 0438 687 768.

Thanks to the Association for the Blind of WA for use of the Wesfarmers Theatrette.

More information please contact Blind Citizens WA on (08) 9355 5113 or via Alternatively, please contact President Deanne Ferris on 0438 687 768.

Please feel free to pass this on to your networks.

Warm regards,
Deanne

Deanne Ferris
President
Blind Citizens WA