​For more information about Global Infant Development please contact Irene Takahashi, Director of Outreach Services, at irene.takahashi@blindkids.org or

(657) 232-9460.​

Our Global Infant Development program serves children age birth to three years. Infant Development Specialists make weekly home visits to provide vision stimulation, parent education, and support to children with visual impairments and their families. Parents learn how vision loss can affect healthy development and how to help their children learn, grow and gain independence.


Early intervention for infants and families in their home environment is critical to immediately address developmental delays in children with a visual impairment.

To enhance coping skills and address possible issues with grief, parents are offered Counseling through a Marriage and Family Therapist and interns from Blind Children’s Learning Center. 

Physical and occupational therapists and a speech pathologist are available to work with these small children to address further developmental delays that will inhibit their learning and independence.

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OUR MISSION: To prepare children with visual impairments for a life of independence through early intervention, education and family support.

GLOBAL INFANT DEVELOPMENT

PROVIDES ESSENTIAL EARLY INTERVENTION AND FAMILY SUPPORT

​BIRTH THROUGH AGE 3

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