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Excerpt from Nat-Cent News, Vol. 17: January, 1987
All this is commendable and desirable, but I find one important element still miss ing that could have a great influence on future developments. That missing element is input from the deaf - blind population as a whole. Most of what has been accomplished to date has come through the efforts of dedicated, interested workers who believe that deaf-blind people can achieve worthwhile goals. For the most part, deaf-blind people have been accepting, but passive; they have been willing to accept what was offered, without making a special effort to express definite Opinions or preferences of their own. What is needed now is advocacy not Just the advocacy of single individuals, but advocacy from the deaf-blind community it self, expressed through developing leader ship.
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