Adult Programs

Goal

Outlook Enrichment aims to provide a wide range of unique opportunities to keep visually impaired adults fit, engaged in the community, and boost self-confidence.

Program

Activities change every year to provide exposure to new and diverse experiences.

Adaptive Sports Programs

All activities are led by Enrichment’s adaptive sports specialists and can accommodate for the various types of vision loss and a wide range of additional disabilities our participants may have.

Some of our past recreational events include adaptive self-defense classes, bowling, cross-fit, yoga, and much more….

A group of tandem bike riders getting ready to take offBike Club

Summer is coming; bike club is gearing up!! Our Tandem Bike Club pairs community volunteers with Enrichment participants for a series of cycling adventures over the summer. The bike club will keep you pumping from the Corporate Cycling Challenge to exciting night rides.    

A group of blind individuals with white canes gathered in the Old MarketOut and About

This program focuses on community engagement. Participants meet at a central location and organize to participate in all the excellent programing the metropolitan Omaha area offers like Jazz on the Green, patio bike rides, parades, botanical gardens, and the Taste of Omaha.

White Cane Safety Day, October 15, was established in 1964 by President Lyndon B. Johnson to raise awareness of people who carry a white cane. Each year, the Outlook Enrichment family celebrates the abilities and freedoms provided to our participants by the white cane, a symbol of independence and access to our community.

Additionally, program participants enjoy the activities and act as Outlook Enrichment’s ambassadors, increasing community awareness and educating the community on the capabilities of individuals with vision loss.

Other Benefits

Our activities provide social opportunities with peers their ages, foster independence, and teach essential life skills. Additionally, participants develop relationships with peers providing a sense of community and fellowship.

Fees

A nominal, non-refundable registration fee is charged when you reserve a spot.

Program Requirements

All participants need to complete Image and Audio Consent and Medical & Liability Release Forms. News media or other media outlets not affiliated with Outlook Enrichment may be present at an event.

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