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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.

Accessible Pharmacy

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.

Med Minder

MedMinder a resource for people who may have trouble seeing their medications as well as remembering when to take them and other helpful features.

AppleVis (AV)

Resources for Apple users (iPad, iPhone) on apps helpful for those with low vision, podcasts, accessibility tutorials, and much more.

United States Association of Blind Athletes (USABA)

Sports opportunities for children, youth, adults, and veterans who are blind and visually impaired.

Prodigy Meter

Prodigy Meter is a talking glucose meter for those with diabetes who have trouble reading the screen on a regular glucometer.

Seedlings

Website with braille books for children.

National Braille Press

Braille books for purchase that includes literacy activities and books for children.

Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired

Website with programs for students who are blind, visually impaired and DeafBlind, including online training and resources.

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.

PA ABLE

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.

KidsHealth from Nemours

What Is Amblyopia or lazy eye?

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.

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