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.
Perkins School for the Blind
Educational services to children and young adults with blindness and multiple disabilities.
Family Connect for Parents of Children with Vision Impairments
Website for parents to find and share resources.
Gives individuals with qualified disabilities & their families, a tax-free way to save for disability-related expenses while maintaining govt benefits
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
Benefits and services for veterans who are visually impaired or blind.
For Little Eyes
A website that provides a community for parents of children in glasses, contacts, or patches, or other vision aids regardless of diagnosis.
A Child’s Eyes
Success: Support group based in York, Pa., for families who have a child with amblyopia. The entire family is invited.
Changing “Won’t” to “Want”
An article in Pennsylvania Association for the Blind's newsletter address challenges parents of children who are blind may face.
VisionCorps Voucher Program
Information about VisionCorps program offering free eye exams and basic eyeglasses to qualified residents of Pennsylvania.
What is Occupational Therapy at VisionCorps?
VisionCorps offers several occupational therapy services to people who are blind or vision-impaired
National Research and Training Center on Blindness and Low Vision
Resources for families and those who work with visually impaired and blind individuals.
Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry’s PA Smart
Resources for individuals with disabilities, including blind or visually impaired individuals.
National Industries for the Blind (NIB)
Website for national organization that works on creating employment opportunities for people who are blind and vision-impaired