Vision loss is more significant than people realize.

  • More than 15,000 people in our community live with significant vision loss. 

  • The statistics show many will become unemployed, fall into poverty and experience higher instances of mental and physical health issues due to isolation and inactivity. 

  • Living with a visual impairment doesn’t have to mean a life of isolation and dependence on others. You or a loved one can find resources, learn to use technology to stay independent and enjoy recreation and cultural activities through Outlook Enrichment.

If you are blind or visually impaired, we invite you to further your journey of self-reliance with our Programs. 

From adaptive technology training that teaches anyone who is blind or visually impaired how to navigate computers and use the latest apps to teen summer camps that build confidence. From tactile art workshops that turn you into a painter to audio descriptions of live performances and events. From bowling leagues to tandem bike clubs to a golf clinic that allow you to socialize and become active. Our programs deliver a variety of tools, events and clubs that will allow you to try something new or continue doing the things you love in spite of vision loss.

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