St. Louis Society for the Blind
Disabilities, Health, Human Services
8770 Manchester Rd
Founded in 1911, the St. Louis Society for the Blind and Visually Impaired is committed to helping individuals who are blind or have significant vision loss remain independent. Through a full array of Vision Rehabilitation Services, provided at the agencies offices, in individuals' homes,and school settings the rehabilitative, social, emotional, and vision needs of those with vision loss are addressed. The majority of individuals served are newly blind or visually impaired due to experiencing age-related vision loss. Additional focus of services is to school-age students in local school districts and summer programs for teens. Over 300 adaptive aids and equipment availble for purchase. The Society provides direct services to over 1,500 individuals annually.