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ADA25: Cindy's Story (03:48)

Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8F5E76CzuGI

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Cindy has lived in Alabama since 1978. She went blind at the age of 19 and attended a rehabilitation center to learn blindness skills in order to live as an independent person. She is currently divorced, but will marry again in January. Cindy has three children who live in Birmingham and her youngest child is a junior at Troy University. Cindy attended the University of Alabama at Birmingham and obtained a degree in Social Work. After college she went to work for the Jefferson County Department of Human Resources in Birmingham and just eight years ago had the opportunity to work at the Alabama Institute for the Deaf and Blind as a Case Manager. Cindy is very involved in a consumer organization called the National Federation of the Blind and is the Chapter President for her local chapter. In her spare time she enjoys swimming, reading, and Auburn football.

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