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Blindness Resources

Products that Help the Blind/Visually Impaired

American Council of the Blind
The American Council of the Blind strives to increase the independence, security, equality of opportunity and quality of life, for all blind and visually impaired people.

2200 Wilson Boulevard
Suite 650
Arlington, VA. 22201-3354

Phone: (800) 424-8666

American Printing House for the Blind (APH)
The American Printing House for the Blind (APH) is a leading provider of accessible materials and technologies for individuals who are blind or visually impaired. With a rich history dating back to 1858, APH produces a wide range of educational, recreational, and daily living products, including braille and large print materials, tactile graphics, and assistive technology devices. Through its innovative solutions and commitment to accessibility, APH empowers individuals with visual impairments to achieve independence and success in education, work, and daily life. Provides educational, recreational, and daily living products.

1839 Frankfort Avenue
Louisville, KY. 40206

Phone: (800) 223-1839

American Thermoform Corporation
American Thermoform Corporation is a leading provider of accessible educational materials and assistive technology solutions for individuals who are blind or visually impaired. Specializing in thermoformed braille and tactile graphics, the company offers a diverse range of products including braille books, tactile maps, and educational aids. With a commitment to innovation and quality, American Thermoform Corporation strives to enhance accessibility and promote independence for people with visual impairments, empowering them to succeed in education, work, and daily life. Provides Braille Embossers, Thermoform Machines, Swell-Form Tactile Graphics Machine, Perkins Brailler and accessories.

1758 Brackett Street
Laverne, CA. 91750

Phone: (800) 331-3676

Bapin Group, LLC
We serve those who are deaf-blind, deaf with low vision, blind, as well as others with disabilities. We supply a broad range of computer hardware and software, peripherals, and adaptive/assistive technology products.

PO Box 1582
El Cerrito, CA. 94530

Phone: (415) 580-2448

Blind Independence Diabetes Group (BID)
The purpose of the BID Group is to enable blind diabetics to improve their diabetes health skills, gain independence, and make new friends! The BID Group website provides free “living with diabetes and blindness” audio training materials from top medical and blindness professionals. It offers friendly nationwide peer support groups where blind diabetics, facing the same issues, can learn, laugh, and grow together.

(980) 253-0949

Carolyn's Low Vision Products
Provides low vision aids, CCTV's, computer accessories, Braille supplies, canes, medical supplies and games.

3938 South Tamiami Trail
Sarasota, FL. 34231-3622

Phone: (800) 648-2266

Clarix is leading the way by designing state of the art assistive technology devices for helping individuals maintain their independent lifestyles. Whether you are a student, business executive or retiree, there is a Clarix device to help.

2385 Cimarron Dr.
Santa Clara, CA. 95051

Phone: (408) 409-7333

Donegan Optical Company, Incorporated
Provides magnifiers and lens readers.

15549 West 108th Street
Lenexa, KS. 66219

Phone: (913) 492-2500

Electro-Optix, Incorporated
Provides magnifiers and other low-vision aids.

2181 North Powerline Road
Pompano Beach, FL. 33069

Phone: (800) 779-2801

EnableMart is the one stop solution for over 3,000 Assistive Technology devices from over 200 manufacturers.

School Health Corporation
865 Muirfield Drive
Hanover Park, IL. 60133

Phone: (888) 640-1999

Fedora Outlier, LLC
Top down, BETTER THAN EXCELLENT ™ consulting, teaching and support. "Home of the $6 Question™"

349 Decatur St., SE
Atlanta, GA. 30312

Phone: (888) 958-6979

Freedom Scientific Blind/Low Vision Group and Corporate Offices
Products for low vision, blindness and learning disabilities.

11800 31st Court North
St. Petersburg, FL. 33716-1805

Phone: (800) 444-4443

Georgia Client Assistance Program (CAP)
The purpose of the Client Assistance Program (CAP) is: to provide assistance in informing and advising clients and client-applicants of all available benefits under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 as amended; to assist clients in their relationships with projects, programs and facilities providing services to them under the Act, including assistance in pursuing legal, administrative or other appropriate remedies to ensure the protection of the rights of such individual under this Act (if requested by clients and client-applicants); and to provide information on available services under the Act to any individual with handicaps in the state.

123 North McDonough Street
Decatur, GA. 30030

Phone: (800) 877-9727

Georgia Guide Dog Users (GGDU)
To promote, advocate, and educate for the acceptance of blind people with guide dogs.

1249 Morrow Dr.
Social Circle, GA. GA 30025

Phone: (770) 464-0450

Helen Keller International
Helen Keller International's commitment is to eradicate preventable blindness and to ensure children and adults no longer suffer the debilitating effects of poor nutrition. Spanning 22 countries around the world, our entire organization, including our worldwide staff, our Board of Trustees, and our Senior Leadership work tirelessly towards this goal.

352 Park Avenue South, 12th Floor
New York, N.Y. 10010

Phone: (877) 535-5374

Home Readers
Catalog transcribing service for blind and visually impaired.

318 East Nelson
Edgerton, KS. 66021

Phone: (877) 814-7323

Howe Press
Perkins School for the Blind

Provides Braille writing equipment and accessories, etc.

175 North Beacon Street
Watertown, MA. 02472

Phone: (877) 473-7546

Independent Living Aids, Incorporated
Independent Living Aids, Incorporated is a provider of assistive devices and products aimed at enhancing independence and quality of life for individuals with disabilities. Offering a comprehensive range of mobility aids, assistive technology, and daily living aids, their catalog includes items such as mobility scooters, communication devices, magnifiers, braille products, and kitchen gadgets. With a focus on accessibility and innovation, Independent Living Aids, Incorporated is dedicated to empowering individuals with disabilities to live more independently and participate fully in everyday activities.

200 Robbins Lane
Jericho, NY. 11753

Phone: (800) 537-2118

LS&S Group
Provides low vision aids ,hard of hearing, magnifiers and assistive technology etc.

145 River Rock Drive
Buffalo, NY. 14207

Phone: (800) 468-4789

Web-based retail division of Electro-Optix, Inc.

2181 North Powerline Road
Pompano Beach, FL. 33069

Phone: (800) 779-2801

Maxi-Aids, Inc.
Maxi-Aids, Inc. offers a wide range of assistive devices and products tailored to meet the diverse needs of individuals with disabilities. Their extensive catalog includes items such as magnifiers, braille products, talking watches, mobility aids, communication devices, and adaptive kitchen gadgets. With a commitment to accessibility and innovation, Maxi-Aids, Inc. strives to empower individuals with disabilities to live more independently and participate fully in everyday activities.

42 Executive Blvd.
Farmingdale, NY. 11735

Phone: (800) 522-6294

National Federation of the Blind Independence Market
The NFB Independence Market offers a wide range of products including braille and audio books, tactile aids, adaptive technology devices, white canes, and other resources to support independent living. Through its comprehensive catalog, the Independence Market aims to empower individuals with blindness or visual impairments to lead fulfilling and independent lives.

200 East Wells Street
at Jernigan Place
Baltimore, MD. 21230

Phone: (410) 659-9314, extension 2216

Rainshine Canes for the Blind
Provides canes, etc.

1011 Sherman Avenue
Madison, WS. 53703

Phone: (608) 257-9330

The New Vision Store
Provides low vision aids, games and Braille writing and labeling products, etc.

919 Walnut Street, 1st Floor
Philadelphia, PA. 19107

Phone: (215) 629-2990

VisAbility Store
Provides access to more than 1,000 products that can help make your life a little easier. Whether you are blind, visually impaired, or simply can't see the way you used to, VisAbility has specialized items created for your specific needs.

739 West Peachtree Street, N.W.
Atlanta, GA. 30308

Phone: (404) 602-4358

Visual Enhancements
Low vision aids for people with low vision.

PO Box 49734
Athens, GA. 30604

Phone: (877) 236-7092

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