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Adult Employment Services - Program
Aurora of Central New York

518 James Street
Suite 100
Syracuse, NY

Provides job readiness, job development, placement, on-the-job training, and long-term support for individuals with sensory loss who are seeking employment.

Brighter Views - Program
Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired

422/500 S Clinton Avenue
Rochester, NY

Provides instructional classes for individuals 55 older, who are visually impaired, but not yet legally blind.  Teaches simple modifications and easy-to-use devices for completing daily activities.  Provides an introduction to Orientation and Mobility to learn how to safely travel.  Provides an introduction to assistive technology. 

Camp Abilities - Program
The College At Brockport

350 New Campus Drive
Brockport, NY

Provides a one-week educational sports camp for children and teens who are blind, visually impaired, and deafblind. 

Camp Smile - Program
Camp Smile

Webster, NY

Offers a day camp for blind and visually impaired children.

Counseling for People with Vision Loss - Program
Aurora of Central New York

518 James Street
Suite 100
Syracuse, NY

Provides individual and group counseling to blind and visually impaired persons of all ages and their families.

Facilitated Enrollment Services for the Aged, Blind and Disabled - Program
Coordinated Care Services Inc.

1099 Jay Street
Building J, Suite 203 A, 2nd Floor
Rochester, NY

Assists individuals with applications for the following: Medicaid Public health insurance for individuals with income at or below the appropriate Medicaid Level Medicaid Excess Income/Resource Program A program that provides Medicaid coverage to individuals with income and or resources over the appropriate Medicaid levels Medicare Savings Program Assists people on Medicare in paying monthly premiums

Free Slate Program - Program
National Federation of the Blind

200 E Wells Street
Baltimore, MD

Provides Braille-writing device that has the same portability, flexibility and affordability as a pen and pencil. Offers service to any blind or visually impaired person wishing to learn or who is learning Braille. May request a free slate and stylus once per year if needed.

Free White Cane Program - Program
National Federation of the Blind

200 E Wells Street
Baltimore, MD

Provides a free fiberglass straight cane to any blind or visually impaired child or adult in the United States.

Information and Referral - Program
Foundation Fighting Blindness

7168 Columbia Gateway Drive
Suite 100
Columbia, MD

Offers information and referral services for affected individuals, their families, doctors and eye care professionals. Provides information kits available on retinitis pigmentosa, macular degeneration, Usher Syndrome. Public awareness and education via newsletters and national conference.

Information and Referral for Hearing and Visual Impairments - Program
Aurora of Central New York

518 James Street
Suite 100
Syracuse, NY

Provides information on available resources for blind, visually impaired, deaf, or hard-of-hearing individuals regarding special devices and information on access to education, housing, employment, benefits, legal issues, recreational/social activities, and community education.

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