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.
Eye Drop 2022: Nantanya Sortland to rappel 10-story building for charity
Natanya Sortland, dressed as Lady Liberty, ready to begin her rappel from a 10-story building in Eye...
American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO)
Website with information on eye health, diseases, and conditions; eye anatomy; treatments; glasses and contacts, and more.
Molly Burke Official
Molly Burke, who is blind, is a social media influencer, motivational speaker, and has her own website, YouTube channel, and podcast.
The Blind Millennial
Instagram account run by a woman who is blind welcoming followers into her daily life.
Overbrook School for the Blind
Website for the school in Philadelphia that provides education for students who are blind or vision-impaired. Offers both day & residential programs.
Summer camp for children and adults who are blind, low vision, and have other disabilities.
USA Today: Tired of reading glasses? Eye drop submitted for FDA approval may help you read without them
New drug could help more than 128 million Americans read without needing glasses has been submitted to the Food and Drug Administration for approval.
Researchers Fear Vision Impairment Dooms Future Generation
The number of individuals suffering from vision impairment expected to rise to 895 million by 2050.
Caring for the Vision Impaired
A handbook of resources for the Informal Caregive compiled by Dan Roberts with Prevent Blindness.
Helpful Caregiver Resources
A list of resources helpful to the caregiver of a person with vision loss.
Early Intervention Technical Assistance Portal
Helping families get involved in shaping early intervention services at the local statewide levels.
Interacting with People with Vision Loss
A guide on how to respectfully interact with people with vision loss.
APH (American Printing House for the Blind)
Accessible learning experiences and independent living for people who are visually impaired.