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Norma Jean Snell

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The Carroll Center for the Blind
Directions To 770 Centre Street
Newton , Massachusetts 02458
United States

Company Description: The Carroll Center serves the needs of blind and visually,impaired persons by providing rehabilitation, skills training, and educational opportunities to achieve...   more
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At The Carroll Center's residential rehabilitation program, Norma learned new, nonvisual ways to do everything for herself again in daily life - from cooking and personal grooming to traveling wherever she needs to go on her own using a cane and public transportation. And, on a Carroll Center field trip to an art gallery, she discovered wood sculpture. She has been doing it ever since, even while attending graduate school in social work and interning as a counselor.
"The Carroll Center was my turning point," Norma says. "I've been able to do so many things I might have never tried before. That's been a real gift."
Step by step, just as one of her sculptures emerges from the wood, Norma's life after blindness has taken shape with ever greater confidence, independence and fulfillment - a work of art, still in progress.
A Letter from Norma Jean Snell to the Carroll Center for the Blind
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At The Carroll Center's residential rehabilitation program, Norma learned new, nonvisual ways to do everything for herself again in daily life — from cooking and personal grooming to traveling wherever she needs to go on her own using a cane and public transportation. And, on a Carroll Center field trip to an art gallery, she discovered wood sculpture. She has been doing it ever since, even while attending graduate school in social work and interning as a counselor.
"The Carroll Center was my turning point," Norma says. "I've been able to do so many things I might have never tried before. That's been a real gift."
Step by step, just as one of her sculptures emerges from the wood, Norma's life after blindness has taken shape with ever greater confidence, independence and fulfillment — a work of art, still in progress.
A Letter from Norma Jean Snell to the Carroll Center for the Blind
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At The Carroll Center's residential rehabilitation program, Norma learned new, nonvisual ways to do everything for herself again in daily life -- from cooking and personal grooming to traveling wherever she needs to go on her own using a cane and public transportation.And, on a Carroll Center field trip to an art gallery, she discovered wood sculpture.She has been doing it ever since, even while attending graduate school in social work and interning as a counselor.
"The Carroll Center was my turning point," Norma says."I've been able to do so many things I might have never tried before.That's been a real gift."
Step by step, just as one of her sculptures emerges from the wood, Norma's life after blindness has taken shape with ever greater confidence, independence and fulfillment -- a work of art, still in progress.
A Letter from Norma Jean Snell to the Carroll Center for the Blind
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In their own words - Norma Jean Snells
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At The Carroll Center's residential rehabilitation program, Norma learned new, nonvisual ways to do everything for herself again in daily life -- from cooking and personal grooming to traveling wherever she needs to go on her own using a cane and public transportation.And, on a Carroll Center field trip to an art gallery, she discovered wood sculpture.She has been doing it ever since, even while attending graduate school in social work and interning as a counselor.
"The Carroll Center was my turning point," Norma says."I've been able to do so many things I might have never tried before.That's been a real gift."
Step by step, just as one of her sculptures emerges from the wood, Norma's life after blindness has taken shape with ever greater confidence, independence and fulfillment -- a work of art, still in progress.
A Letter from Norma Jean Snell to the Carroll Center for the Blind
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