|New Hampshire Association for the Blind
To advance the independence of persons who are blind and visually impaired
To advance the independence of persons who are blind and visually impaired.
What we do
The New Hampshire Association for the Blind will offer support and help to any New Hampshire citizen of any age who is experiencing vision loss to the point where the person's ability to function in daily living has been impaired.
How we do it
The Association provides support through information, education, informed choice, and help through a range of specialized professional vision rehabilitation services which are available at the McGreal Sight Center and in clients' homes. These essential services are made available regardless of ability to pay and are available for as long as an individual's needs exist.
What we stand for
The New Hampshire Association for the Blind through the provision of specialized vision rehabilitation and education services, unique and specific to blindness, strives to advance the independence and quality of life of the people we serve. The Association advocates for equal accessibility to services, information and adaptive technologies that leads to independent living. The rehabilitation process places the consumer first in allowing for individual choice as part of the service plan. The Association is committed to providing the highest quality of service available.
What societal problem will we address? What is the goal?
Recognizing that blindness and vision impairment will continue to escalate significantly in New Hampshire due to the growing population (especially the elderly segment), the Association is committed to developing the resources necessary to meet these increasing needs. The Association also remains committed to providing the highest quality of services anywhere available.
How do we plan to meet these goals
The Association will expand and enhance its services statewide to respond to the needs of people who are blind and visually impaired. To successfully meet this challenge, the Association will raise its funds through philanthropy while seeking other forms of reimbursement.
Learn More: The Association's History
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