Braille Institute Helping Children with Visual Impairment

Using everyday activities, Child Development consultants help blind and visually impaired children — birth through age 6 — to be on the right path to successful cognitive development and early pre-braille skills. This is key to fostering literacy as children begin formal schooling. Braille Institute assists families of blind or visually impaired children to empower them to grow and thrive.
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Braille Institute is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to eliminate barriers to a fulfilling life caused by blindness and severe sight loss. It serves thousands of adults and youth each year through a broad range of educational, social and recreational programs designed to help people with vision loss lead enriched and fulfilling lives. Services are provided through six Southern California centers and hundreds of other community locations. Additionally, Braille Institute’s national programs encourage school age students to pursue braille literacy and orientation and mobility skills. Funded by private donations, all services are free of charge.