State Agency for the Blind and Visually Impaired
Find resources and support for families and friends of people with low vision. Contact your state agency and learn about the local help they can provide you now.
The VA Visual Impairment Services Team program provides services to veterans and active duty service members experiencing vision loss. Veterans contact your local VIST Coordinator and get local help now.
Low-vision Rehab (Rehabilitation) is a service provided by a team made up of a assistive-technology specialists, orientation and mobility specialists, occupational therapists, vision-rehabilitation therapists, and other professionals.
For persons who are legally blind, there is a national network of cooperating libraries, the National Library Service (NLS) which is a free library program of audiobooks and materials that are circulated by postage-free mail.
IAAIS is a volunteer-driven membership organization of services that turn text into speech for people who cannot see, hold or comprehend the printed word and who may be unable to access information due to a disability or health condition.
In 1925 Helen Keller challenged the Lions to be “knights of the blind in the crusade against darkness.” Since then, Lions have dedicated themselves to preventing blindness, restoring sight, and improving eye care services.
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