Social Services

We offer an array of Social Services to people with varying degrees of vision loss from low vision to legal blindness or total blindness.  To qualify for services, an individual must be legally blind or have low vision, which means they have a visual acuity of 20/70 or worse in the better eye with best correction or a corresponding field loss.  To find out if you qualify for services please contact us.  We will work with you to determine if you qualify for services and set up an initial assessment. For a listing of upcoming client events, click here.


 

Adjustment to Vision Loss

Our Adjustment to Vision Loss Program consists of four service areas which include Initial Assessment, Adaptive Aids for Daily Living, Referral & Advocacy Services, and Sight Loss Support Groups.

Independent Living and Social Events

Our Independent Living Program consists of Life Skills Education programs and a variety of Social and Recreational Events.

In-Home Support

In-Home Support services are designed to assist clients with personal business that can also include other tasks such as balancing checkbooks, handling correspondence, filing applications for benefits and other essential tasks.

Radio Home Visitor

We feel that it is important for our blind and visually impaired clients to remain connected to the news and information they need- we partner with Kings' College Radio to ensure that.

Support Group Picnic