Outreach offers year-round extracurricular opportunities designed to address the unique instructional needs of public school students, ages 7-22, who are blind or visually impaired, across the U.S. Our variety of programs aim to provide students with the opportunity to focus on Expanded Core Curriculum (ECC) areas, such as independent living, self-determination, career education, and social interaction skills.
From resume writing seminars to practical cooking skills, our programs span far beyond traditional academic curriculum.
The many benefits of our varied programs include:
A safe place to explore independence and practice life skills
A chance to socialize with peers with visual impairment or blindness
An opportunity to develop self-awareness and practice self-advocacy
Staff will work with family members and teachers to identify the best program fit for each student. At the end of each program, families participate in an informational meeting that outlines ways to carry the skills learned into the home and school environment. The programs change annually and are designed with a specific age group in mind.
To begin the application process you will first complete an inquiry for the program(s) of interest. Once your inquiry has been received, a member of our Outreach team will reach out to you with application materials. Please Note: You must notify your funding source prior to submitting a formal inquiry. We will reach out to you two weeks prior to the start of an Outreach program to notify you of your child’s acceptance.
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Upcoming Drop-In Sessions
Social-Skills Sundays - Sundays, 1-2 P.M. (for students, ages 7-22)
Family Zoom - Tuesdays, 6:30-7:30 P.M. (for parents/guardians)