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OUR MISSION: To prepare children with visual impairments for a life of independence through early intervention, education and family support.
For more than 50 years, children who are blind, deaf-blind, and visually impaired have received specialized training to maximize their full potential and meet meaningful goals and objectives. Parents receive support and encouragement during each and every step of their child's journey toward independence.
Each member of the staff at Blind Children's Learning Center offers something special to our students. Many have dedicated their entire careers to our cause and children. The Professional Team facilitates their daily efforts.
Meet the Board of Directors, without whose leadership and generosity Blind Children's Learning Center would not be able to carry out its mission to prepare children with visual impairments for a life of independence through early intervention, education and family support ...read more
"When Katie was a baby, we knew something was different. She was so delayed. When the doctor shined a light in her eyes, there was no reaction. She was diagnosed with Cortical Visual Impairment at five months, and Blind Children's Learning Center intervened right away ...read more
Our Mission: To prepare children with visual impairments for a life of independence through early intervention, education and family support.
Imagine for a moment being a blind person in Orange County in 1962. There are no services or support organization. Transportation for people with visually impaired is scarce or non-existent. Your are in a world of isolation and dependence.
It was against this backdrop that six adults who were blind formed Blind Children's Learning Center—originally called Services for the Blind Orange County. The founders knew the critical needs of people without sight and turned to one another for support, suggestions, and solutions. They quickly discovered the key to giving people with visual impairments independence was to work with children beginning at a very young age. ...read more