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This site offers information regarding Aniridia and helps people internationally.
Their website has information that focus on research, physician training and support.
The site offers a public information section which describes the symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and surgery risk factors for adult glaucoma. Low vision resources for children are also discussed.
A website where you can find information regarding early intervention to vocation training.
Learn more about the school for the blind, visually impaired and deafblind.
They assist in maximizing the strength and independence of the legally blind.
A non-profit that offers rehabilitation and social service organziation that has programs for people of all ages to lead independent and active lives. Serves New York City, as well as Long Island, Westchester, the Lower Hudson Valley, and several counties in New Jersey.
This company offers many accessible and educational solutions for people with vision loss.
National Braille Press empowers the blind and visually impaired with programs, materials, and technology supporting braille literacy and learning through touch.
This is an accessible online booksharing site for people with dyslexia, blindness, cerebral palsy, and other reading barriers.
This site offers information about conditions, glasses, sunglasses, contact lenses, vision insurance, vision surgery and eye care.
A website source with innovative products designed to assist blind, low vision or visually impaired, as well as other disabled individuals live independent lives.
A site that is all about guide dogs, how to apply, student experiences,eligibility and the admission process.
A site where you can find a chapter nearest to you for athletic programs and social connection for people with disabilities.
Information about a sport camp for children and teens that are blind, visually impaired and deafblind.
A site where you can find information that coordinates programs, services and resources.
Lauren’s Heroes participated in the 2012 Double Up 4 Vision Tandem Bike Ride, which raises funds for Lighthouse International.
The event, run by Holly Bonner, founder of Blind Motherhood, is put in place to ensure the visually impaired and wheelchair users can participate in a fun spring rite of passage.