New Hampshire Association for the Blind
Rating: 4.9 stars 10 reviews
Issues: Disabilities, Health, Human Services
Location: McGreal Sight Center 25 Walker St Concord NH 03301 USA
Programs: The Association's core services include: Individual, family and group counseling to help clients adjust to vision loss; Low Vision Services including clinical evaluation, prescription of aids and appliances, and training in their use; Rehabilitation Teaching to help people learn daily living skills necessary for living with diminished sight; Orientation and Mobility Training to teach safe travel skills in the home, community, workplace and other environments; Assistive Technology, and Braille Services including computer training, Braille Teaching, and demonstration of assistive technology; Educational Services providing Teachers of the Visually Impaired and Orientation and Mobility Specialists who work with school age children in the school and community setting; Volunteer Services; Group Services including classes such as healthy cooking, diabetes management, crafts, computer training, and Peer Support Counseling groups.
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Most nonprofits serving persons with disabilities talk of helping clients to live fuller livers. The New Hampshire Association for the Blind is one of the few that succeeds. The Association does this through tireless outreach and a one-on-one approach that matches a person’s needs with practical solutions. In my case, a low-vision exam yielded useful reading aids, its local office found volunteers to provide transportation, and through the NHAB, I learned about other resources and got to try daily living aids. NHAB provides home visits, seeks my feedback on their services, and always makes me feel that everything they do stems from my needs, rather than any dispassionate process or policy.
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The way I view and manage my disability.
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
Add divisions or committees in more areas of the state and facilitate interaction between them.
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How did you find this group?
I learned of it through a vocational rehabilitation counselor.
What, if any, change in your life has this group encouraged?
The sharing of my skills to help others who are blind or visually impaired.
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