Arlington, VA 22201-3354
Phone: (202) 467-5081 OR (800) 424-8666
Fax: (703) 465-5085
Services: Develops and maintains policies that have substantially determined what appropriate services are for people who are blind.Anchor Center for Blind Children
2550 Roslyn Street
Denver, Colorado 80238
Phone: (303) 377-9732
Fax: (303) 377-9744
- Works with children to maximize the use of any vision they may have as well as optimizing their use of all senses.
- Enhances the families’ ability to support their children’s well being, capacity for learning and full participation in their communities.
- Assists children with visual impairments in developing the emotional security, social competence and intellectual skills needed to build on their natural talents and ability to succeed in school.
Colorado Center for the Blind
2233 West Shepperd Ave
Littleton, CO 80120
Phone: (303) 778.1130
Toll Free: (800) 401-4632
Fax: (303) 778-1598
- Independence Training Program for adults
- Comprehensive youth program designed for elementary, middle-school and high school participants.
- Residential program for college-age, high school, and middle-school students from around the city, state and country.
- Opportunities for training and support for blind seniors
- Training for Professionals on Blindness.
Center for Online Education
Students with visual impairments face a unique set of challenges transitioning to college life, from accessing materials to finding a social scene. While Student Services offices can be a great help, we wanted to provide a central source of information and resources for visually impaired college students, completely free of charge.
National Federation of Blind
200 East Wells Street
at Jernigan Place
Baltimore, MD 21230
Phone: (410) 659-9314
Fax: (410) 685-5653
Services: Helps blind persons achieve self-confidence & self-respect and to acts as a vehicle for collective self-expression by the blind