Groups

Blind Parents Group

Mary Rose, Chair
Phone: 215-900-3022
The goals, purposes, and objectives to establishing and developing a Blind Parents Group through the NFBNJ is to bring together blind parents and and their family members to an organization that assists in believing in raising expectations to create possibilities and higher expectations to its members.

Braille Group

Mary Jo Partyka, Chair
Phone: 609-888-5459
The goals, purposes, and objectives to establishing and developing a Braille Group through the NFBNJ is to bring together blind and interested sighted persons that are Braille readers to an organization that assists in believing in raising expectations to create possibilities and higher expectations to its members. To learn more, please visit the Braille Group page.

DeafBlind Group

Steve McCoy, Chair
Phone: 212-810-0744
The goals, purposes, and objectives to establishing and developing a DeafBlind Group through the NFBNJ is to bring together DeafBlind and interested blind, sighted and hearing persons to an organization that assists in believing in raising expectations to create possibilities and higher expectations to its members. To learn more, please visit the DeafBlind Group page.

Diabetic Group

Ed Godfrey, Chair
Phone: 856-628-3657
Listserv: http://www.nfbnet.org/mailman/listinfo/nj-diabetes-division_nfbnet.org
The goals, purposes, and objectives to establishing and developing a Diabetic Group through the NFBNJ is to bring together blind and interested sighted persons that are diabetics to an organization that assists in believing in raising expectations to create possibilities and higher expectations to its members. To learn more, please visit the Diabetic Group page.

Guide Dog Group

Brianna Murray, Chair
Phone: 843-860-7625
The goals, purposes, and objectives to establishing and developing a Guide Dog Group through the NFBNJ is to bring together blind and interested sighted persons that are guide dog users to an organization that assists in believing in raising expectations to create possibilities and higher expectations to its members. To learn more, please visit the Parents of Blind Children-NJ Group page.