A group of face blind people has formed to exchange information on the
internet. We are in e-mail contact with each other
fairly regularly, often several times a day but sometimes once every few
days. Our topics of conversation have been wide and varied, ranging
from such topics as
If you are a face blind person and want more information about our group, please do not hesitate to ask the list maintainers for details. Within a short period of time of sending your e-mail, one of the people assisting in the maintenance of this list will get back to you with all of the necessary details to get you started.
In addition to the few basic details you will be given when you
request to join the list, the following guidelines should be kept in mind
while participating in the list:
Because face blind people are so small a minority of all people and are not well understood by others, we need to maintain the only place in the world where we can be at home: the face blind mailing list. Unfortunately, this means we can not admit people without face blindness to the list.
However, if you wish to learn more about face blindness, many of us are more than willing to communicate with others about it. Feel free to e-mail us anyway, and we will answer your questions to the best of our abilities, and if you so desire, one of us will forward your questions to the others in our group. (You'd be surprised at the different responses you might get to the same questions.) It is up to the individual people in this list to decide if they wish to communicate with you. Additionally, you may find the Yahoo group faceblind to be an appropriate place to ask questions or get comments from others, both those with and without face blindness.
The primary list owner of the Face Blind Folks list is Glenn Alperin. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org He is interested in this topic of discussion because he, himself, is faceblind. Please do not contact him with subscription requests. Those should be addressed to the list maintainers. This helps to facilitate speedy action for all list-related inquiries.
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Many other people have put together web pages about themselves and their experiences of living with prosopagnosia. You may find some of their experiences both useful and enlightening.