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Description: Welcome to BlindSight Delaware, formerly known as Delaware Association for the Blind. BSD is a 501(c)(3) non profit organization of volunteers and professional staff dedicated to improving the quality of life for blind and visually impaired adults and children in Delaware. Our services include: Peer Support, Recording Services and the Specialty Resource store that sells large print, talking and Braille items.
Address: 2915 Newport Gap Pike
Bosma Industries for the Blind
Description: We’re on a mission to create opportunities for people who are blind or visually impaired. For over a century, we’ve helped people navigate work and life with success. Our programs are proven, and the results are life-changing.
Address: 6270 Corporate Dr
Phone: (317) 684-0600
Braille Institute of America
Description: Braille Institute is a non-profit organization that offers a broad range of free programs, classes and services serving thousands of students of all ages to empower themselves to live more enriching lives with blindness and vision loss. We serve the community from six centers and 220 community outreach locations throughout Southern California, and lead popular national programs like Braille Challenge and Cane Quest. Our staff and volunteers understand that losing your vision can be scary, and we believe that it is not the end of independence, but a new way of living.
Address: 741 North Vermont Avenue
City: Los Angeles
Description: To promote the welfare of blinded veterans so that, notwithstanding their disabilities, they may take their rightful place in the community and work with their fellow citizens toward the creation of a peaceful world.
Address: 125 N West St
Phone: (800) 669-7079
Cabell-Wayne Association of the Blind
Description: CWAB® was organized on October 9, 1975 when the charter was filed with the state of West Virginia by Charles Harris of Huntington, the found of CWAB®. The preamble to the bylaws reads in part, “We, the blind of Cabell and Wayne Counties, bind ourselves to the cause of exploring, expanding and exploiting our abilities as free and equal citizens . . . We are the blind speaking for ourselves, relying upon each other for the accomplishment of those goals defined for ourselves by ourselves.”
Address: 38 Washington Ave.
Phone: (304) 522-6991
Center for Sight and Hearing
Description: We are dedicated to providing comprehensive solutions to optimize hearing and vision abilities by combining technology and personalized service in a friendly, professional environment.
Address: PO Box 5944
Phone: (815) 332-6800
Center for the Visually Impaired - Central Florida
Description: The Center for the Visually Impaired is a non-profit agency dedicated to serving blind and visually impaired individuals. Our goal is to enhance the lives and opportunities of our clients through job training, and employment, Independent Living, Technology training and children’s services as well as a multitude of community services. To ensure that blind and visually impaired individuals lead successful lives in their workplace, at home, and in their community, the Center for the Visually Impaired’s long term commitment to our mission has been in place since 1988.
Address: 1187 Dunn Avenue
City: Daytona Beach
Phone: (386) 253-8879
Center for the Visually Impaired - Atlanta
Description: We are Georgia's largest provider of services for the blind and visually impaired. Every person with vision loss should be able to live with independence and dignity. This single goal guides the activities of the Center for the Visually Impaired (CVI), and we work in a variety of ways to achieve it.
Address: 739 West Peachtree Street, N.W.
Phone: (404) 875-9011
Central Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired
Description: In 1929, a group of concerned and dedicated citizens in Utica, N.Y. recognized a need in the community and rose to a noble challenge: to help people who were blind and visually impaired. Aspiring to a greater good, they founded the Central Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired (CABVI). Their mission then was to assist people who are blind or visually impaired to achieve their highest levels of independence. It remains so today. CABVI continues to operate as a not-for-profit agency that serves people who are blind or visually impaired, from newborns to the elderly. We offer comprehensive vision rehabilitation, employment and technology services personally tailored to meet and individual’s needs.
Address: 507 Kent St.
Phone: (315) 797-2233
Description: The Chicago Lighthouse is a world-renowned social service organization serving the blind, visually impaired, disabled and Veteran communities with comprehensive vision care and support services.
Address: 1850 W. Roosevelt Rd.
Phone: (312) 666-1331
Children's Center for the Visually Impaired
Description: Since 1952, CCVI has served more than 10,000 young children who are blind or visually impaired.
Address: 3101 Main Street
City: Kansas City
Phone: (816) 841-2284
Cincinnati Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired
Description: Our mission is to empower people of Greater Cincinnati who are blind or visually impaired with opportunities to seek independence. We do this by surrounding our clients with the most caring people and helpful services to build a plan based on their needs.
Address: 2045 Gilbert Ave.
Phone: (513) 221-8558
Community Center ft Blind & Visually Impaired
Description: Community Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired (CCBVI) has served thousands of people in San Joaquin County for more than 68 years. CCBVI's mission is to provide the means by which people who are visually impaired can improve and sustain their capabilities and potentials to re-establish purpose and self-esteem in their lives and in society.
Address: 2453 Grand Canal Blvd.
Community Services for Vision Rehabilitation
Description: Providing Help and Assistance to those with Low Vision. Education and Support for the Vision Impaired. CSVR is a non-profit 501c3 medical clinic with a community based board of directors. Represented are, in addition to community leaders and organizers, individuals with vision loss and others active in the health care field.We see people with any eye condition, of any age, and with or without insurance coverage. We are highly accessible and responsive. We believe that we can provide help and assistance to almost all with low vision, and make every possible effort to do so.
Address: 600 Bel Air Blvd.
Phone: (251) 476-4744
Conklin Center for the Blind
Description: Founded in 1979 by Millard Conklin, we are proud to be the only facility in the United States that offers independent living and employment training programs, followed by optional lifelong support services
Address: 405 White Street
City: Daytona Beach
Phone: (386) 258-3441