Discover resources to educate and encourage people living with vision loss.
The Resource Library provides a variety of tools for individuals with vision loss and their families including training videos, podcasts (both VisionCorps’ Low Vision Low Down as well as external podcasts), links to articles, other websites, and more! The resource library is updated regularly to provide new tools and updated information in one place.
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Eye Drop 2021: Jesse Miller is Rappelling on July 9 to Give Back
Jesse Miller lost his sight in 2018. After connecting with VisionCorps, he learned skills to be inde...
Low Vision Low Down- Accessible Pharmacy
It's FREE and it's convenient. George and Taylor interview Andy from Accessible Pharmacy and lear...
Annamarie Parker Gets College Degree After 10-year Journey
Annamarie Parker at her Montgomery County Community College graduation.
VisionCorps Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response
A Message From VisionCorps President & CEO, Dennis Steiner.
Low Vision Low Down
Produced by the Occupational Therapy team at VisionCorps, features guests and discussions about issues of interest to people with low vision.
Braille Institute Low Vision Support Specialist Shares Quick Facts for Low Vision Awareness Month | Braille Institute
Low vision lighting tips from a Low Vision Support Specialist
Accessible Cellphones Open Doors for People with Visual Impairments
Wireless offerings that can make it even easier for people with visual impairments to tap into the power of wireless connectivity.
The PA Link to Aging and Disability Resources − Berks Lancaster Lebanon Service Area Partner Network
Topics that are of interest for persons over age 60, persons with a disability, veterans, family members and caregivers.
Helen L. Diller Vacation Home for Blind Children
A program that provides blind and visually impaired children an all-expense paid week of summer camp in Avalon, N.J.
A free delivery and medication consultation service for people with low vision and blindness.
Camp Abilities PA at WCU
An educational sports camp for youth ages 7-17 who are blind or have low vision, located at West Chester University.
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