This section contains nonfiction not related to the A.C.: AFTER COLLAPSE™, B.C.: BEFORE COLLAPSE™, or D.C.: DURING COLLAPSE™ role-playing games.
by Justin Oldham; edited by SueEllen O'Connor, MS, CRC
Living With Low Vision is an introduction to vision impairment. This book showcases groups and organizations that help the blind. Assistive technologies are explained. How can a sighted person help the blind? What are the rules for interacting with a blind person’s guide dog? These topics, and much more, are discussed in 130 pages.
by Justin Oldham; edited by Griffith C. Steiner, MD
"If I could go back in time for just one moment, this is the book I'd give my parents."
All parents face a mix of joys and challenges when welcoming a new child into the family. Being told that your new son or daughter has a visual disability makes the task of sharing the world with that child seem much more daunting. It will be difficult, but it is an adventure which you both can survive. This book will provide you with some insight into the obstacles you will face, pitfalls to be avoided, joys to be shared, and hope for what is to come.
What expectations should you have? What resources are available to assist your child? Where do you find them? Is it possible for your child to become a happy, successful member of society? This book addresses these questions and others, with a forward by ophthalmologist and eye surgeon Griffith C. Steiner, M.D.
by Justin Oldham; edited by Greg T. Sankey, Licensed Ocularist, B.C.O., B.A.D.O.
This introduction to ocular prosthetics is intended by reassure persons who have just lost an eye. Ocularists and other medical professionals will find this educational tool to be quite useful when dealing with new clients. Information in this volume includes a description of ocular prosthetics by type, as well as a walkthrough of the various procedures that the patient will experience when being fitted for a new ocular prosthetic.
This product was developed in conjunction with noted Ocularist Greg T. Sankey, who is the founder of the company, Custom Ocular Prosthetics, which is based out of Seattle, Washington.
by Justin Oldham
How to Write Conspiracy Fiction takes you into the mindset that makes the creation of this story form possible. Authors are provided with an in-depth examination of conspiracy fiction and its most commonly used plot devices, along with a step-by-step walk-through of developing a scheme that takes advantage of modern American society’s mistrust of its government.
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