Mailing Lists and E-Lists
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This e-mail list focuses on empowering persons with visual impairments in the arena of bicycling. It is a friendly community, dedicated to helping individuals reach the next level, in their fitness goals. If you do not own a tandem, they seek to uncover local opportunities with you.
Blind Sport Podcast
To subscribe: firstname.lastname@example.org
Website: http://theblindsportpodcast.comOpens a new window
Facebook: http://facebook.com/theblindsportpodcastOpens a new window
BlindAliveOpens a new window
Eyes-Free Fitness® Podcast posted every 2 weeks (available online and in iTunes). Weekly blog posts about fitness and “living blind.” E-mail signup for news.
CHARGE SyndromeOpens a new window
This list is for parents, families, professionals and consumers with CHARGE Syndrome. It gives the reader information about the disability, specialists information, conference information, and contacts in the field.
A private deaf-blind discussion list for teenagers and young adults with the purpose of sharing information, inquiries, ideas, and opinions about deaf-blindness and other issues. This is a private list for teenagers and young adults. To subscribe, contact owner Randy Klumph for subscription information. email@example.com
Deaf-Blind Education Mailing List (DBED-L)
The topic of this list is deaf-blind education. The purpose of this list is to share information, inquiries, ideas, and opinions. This list is open to all persons interested in issues regarding deaf-blind education.
Deaf-Blind Mailing List (Sordoceguera) Spanish
This list is entirely in Spanish and is for deaf-blind people, families, volunteers, professionals, investigators, and educators. Hosted in Spain by RedIris, a Spanish academic and investigation network. To subscribe to this list, send your first and last name in the body of a message with the subject SUBSCRIBE to firstname.lastname@example.org
Deafblind Women Chat List
This list aims to support women who live with the daily challenges of deafness and blindness. Issues discussed may include fashion and relationships. But most importantly this list is for all deafblind women to support each other. To subscribe to this electronic discussion group via the web, go to Yahoo Groups. To subscribe to this list via e-mail, send a blank e-mail message to: email@example.com. If you have difficulty subscribing, contact the list-owner Michelle Stevens at firstname.lastname@example.org
National Family Association for Deaf-Blind ListOpens a new window
This list is for parents and families. To join, send a blank e-mail to NFADB-SUBSCRIBE-REQUEST@TR.WOU.EDU.
NCDB ForumsOpens a new window
The National Center on Deaf-Blindness has over 20 forums for families and professionals to join.
National Federation of the Blind, Sports and Recreation DivisionOpens a new window
The purpose of this listserv is to provide an interactive forum for interested persons to discuss openly the participation of individuals with blindness in sports and recreational activities. It provides network opportunities with others so that persons with blindness are not limited by common misperceptions and attitudes about them when they participate in sports–competitive or otherwise. To post a message to this group, send an e-mail to email@example.com
Refsum’s Disease Mailing List
Refsum’s Disease is a recessive genetic disorder and is characterized by retinitis pigmentosa, anosmia, peripheral neuropathy, hearing loss, and less commonly, congenital abnormalities. To subscribe, send a blank message to firstname.lastname@example.org For assistance, contact the list owner: email@example.com
Retinal Degeneration Discussion List (RPLIST)Opens a new window
This list is an internet forum for discussion, questions and opinions related to retinal degeneration. To subscribe to this list, send a blank message to firstname.lastname@example.org
RP Fresh Sight
The members of RP-Friends created RP Fresh Sight out of necessity. No other site existed where teens, pre-teens, and slightly post-teens could exchange information, share with others the difficulties of dealing with Retinitis Pigmentosa (RP) and similar visual disorders on a day-to-day basis, to have fun, and support each other in a safe and private environment. To subscribe, send a blank message to: RP_Fresh_Sightemail@example.com For assistance, contact the list owner: RP_Fresh_Sightfirstname.lastname@example.org