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Share on Facebook! BLIND, Incorporated is a nonprofit adjustment to blindness training center that offers training for adults, children, teenagers, and seniors. We teach the skills that blind people need to become independent and employable such as braille, home management, the use of the white cane, computers with screen reading software and more.

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Independence Training Program for Adults

Typically students complete the program in six to nine months while residing in nearby McGeorge Mountain Terrace apartments, which are owned by the Center. Participants not only build the skills that they need to be independent, but also focus on gaining confidence and belief in themselves as blind people. A key part of ITP training involves the use of sleepshades. All students with residual vision wear sleepshades to strengthen reliance on other senses and use of alternative skills.

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Adult Continuing Education

Topics range from braille and academic studies to independent living, technology, business and employment skills and recreation. ACE students who are parents of children who are visually impaired or blind are also eligible for courses in our Family Education Program. The Forsythe Center for Employment and Entrepreneurshippart of the Adult Continuing Education Program, is a business, entrepreneurship and technology initiative geared toward individuals who are seeking to advance in their careers or successfully launch and grow their own business. You are eligible to enroll in the ACE Program if you are age 14 or older, you are blind or meet vision eligibility requirements and you can understand courses written in English at the high school level.

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