JUNIOR BLIND OF AMERICA Overview
Founded in 1953 originally as the Foundation for the Junior Blind, Junior Blind of America's ("Junior Blind") mission is helping children and adults who are blind, visually impaired, or multi-disabled to achieve independence. Through programs that offer early intervention, education, recreation, and rehabilitation, Junior Blind helps thousands of infants, children, teens and adults learn essential skills to help them maximize their potential and achieve their goals.
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How can I share my experience with JBA with everyone? I am not sure, you see, my son is blind, from birth. As he started growing up, in a dominated sighted world, school, as he was the only blind student in any school that he would attend..the questions would arise, the bad moments at school would ... more »
I was able to visit Junior Blind's campus and Camp Bloomfield several times this summer. As a former Director of Operations of an organization for students with special needs on the east coast, I know how important it is to provide children with the opportunities to succeed and thrive at an early ... more »
Junior blind is an amazing non-profit that gives kids the oppertinity to be who they are from a real young age. As a legally blind person myself I feel as a kid I never had the oppertinity to do any of these great things that junior blind is offering to these kids. I had chances as a kid to do some ... more »