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OUR MISSION: To prepare children with visual impairments for a life of independence through early intervention, education and family support.
Children with visual impairments deserve support to find a level of independence that allows them to thrive in a sighted world. Blind Children's Learning Center provides the following programs to ensure children meet their potential.
INDEPENDENT LIVING SKILLS AND MENTORING
12 THROUGH 21 YEARS
Our Independent Living Skills program provides mentoring, tutoring, and outing opportunities, as well as Daily Living Skills classes. The objective is to provide positive and practical experiences while building the self-esteem and independence of visually impaired young adults. ...read more
BIRTH THROUGH 3 YEARS
6 WEEKS THROUGH 6 YEARS
Bright Visions Early Childhood Center is Blind Children's Learning Center's on-site inclusive preschool program for students ages six weeks through six years. Bright Visions combines developmental and academic curriculums to meet state standards while focusing on providing specialized training in sensory development, utilization of low vision, and adaptive skills. ...read more
KINDERGARTEN THROUGH 12TH GRADE
Elementary and high school students who have mainstreamed into the public school system continue to receive specialized training to ensure success during their school age years. Credentialed teachers travel to public school classrooms throughout Orange County to provide instruction in Braille or low vision modalities, Orientation and Mobility, and adaptive technology training. This results in increased confidence and independence in school, at home and in the community.
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....read more