AAWB

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AcronymDefinition
AAWBAmerican Association of Workers for the Blind (est. 1905)
AAWBAssociation of Workers for the Blind
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Richard Hoover, the developer and the most visible champion of the long cane technique, made a presentation to the 1947 conference of the American Association of Workers for the Blind (AAWB) in Baltimore.
In Proceedings of the American Association of Workers for the Blind, July 7-11, 1947, Baltimore, MD.
Following this, the American Association of Workers for the Blind (AAWB) appointed a board for certification of home teachers.
Washington, D.C.: American Association of Workers for the Blind.
Those in charge organized themselves as teachers (American Association of Instructors for the Blind) and, later, as comprehensive welfare workers (American Association of Workers for the Blind).
Harry Best, a sociologist at the University of Kentucky, was one of the featured speakers at the 1939 annual meeting of the American Association of Workers for the Blind (A.A.W.B.) where he decried public misunderstanding concerning the profession:
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