Massachusetts Parents of Blind Children
The goal of the Massachusetts Parents of Blind Children is to help blind/vision impaired children grow up to be productive, fully functioning, independent members of society and to help blind/VI children with additional disabilities reach their full potential.
Massachusetts Parents of Blind Children offers:
- Emotional support, information, referrals, training, and advocacy
- A positive attitude toward blindness/vision impairment and the abilities of blind/VI people
- Networking and contact with other families and with blind/VI adults
- The In Touch newsletter and Future Reflections magazine, full of practical info and tips
- Activities for parents, teachers, and children
- A voice on state and national boards and ongoing interaction with legislators to work toward improving services and increasing opportunities for blind/VI children
- Affiliation with national organizations offering the resources, information, and support of 50,000 blind/VI adults and parents of blind/VI children across the country
In addition, we offer the following free literature packets:
- Blind Students in the Elementary Classroom
- Program Brochure Packet
- Early Childhood
- Low Vision (Children)
- Blind Teens
- Parents of Blind Children
- Braille Literacy (Children)
- Cane Travel/O&M (Children)
- Individualized Education Program (IEP)
- Multiply Disabled/Blind (Children)
- Social Skills (Children)
WE’RE HERE FOR YOU! Call, write, or email anytime. To learn more about the Massachusetts Parents of Blind Children and to receive a schedule of meeting dates and times, please contact President Stephanie Valdez at 781-839-0628 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
To join our mailing list to be notified about upcoming events, meetings, and activities, send a message to email@example.com with the word "subscribe" in the subject line or visit https://www.nfbnet.org/mailman/listinfo/massachusetts-nfb_nfbnet.org.