[NFBWATLK] Retreat for Blind Women

Cindy Bennett clb5590 at gmail.com
Tue May 22 17:37:24 UTC 2018


Thanks for sharing!

I am only asking based on our prior conversations which were centered
on how these retreats have helped blind mothers. Are they open to and
relevant for women who aren't parents?

Second, do you know if they are friendly to anyone arriving late?


On 5/22/18, Jenelle Landgraf via NFBWATLK <nfbwatlk at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> I wanted to let everyone know about the 2018 Retreat for Blind Women. I have
> attended 2 past retreats, and really appreciated the time for self
> reflection and connection with other women who are blind.  Plus, the
> activities and food were amazing! The next retreat is Sept 20-23 in Park
> City, Utah. There are some ladies signed up from NFB of Nevada and several
> other states. I believe there are still 7 spots left and deposit is due by
> Sept 1st. I would recommend signing up sooner rather than later to hold your
> spot, though. I've pasted a link to the website below.
> Jenelle Landgraf
> http://oasiscenterforhope.com/retreats/
> Retreats – Oasis Center For Hope<http://oasiscenterforhope.com/retreats/>
> oasiscenterforhope.com
> Daring to Own Your Story™ Retreats Why attend a retreat specifically for
> women who are blind or experiencing vision loss? Thoughtful, research-based
> processes will lead us through identifying where we want to show up in our
> life and what is holding us back.
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Cindy Bennett

Ph.D. Candidate in Human Centered Design and Engineering
University of Washington

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