Support Needed for Blind and Visually Impaired

A child walks with a white caneResearchers know that people living with blindness face many obstacles that sighted people do not. Blind and visually impaired people are more likely to face unemployment, social isolation, and quality of life deficiencies. There is a dire need to cure blindness in our lifetime.

We can look at curing blindness in two ways: restoring lost sight or improving the life quality of men, women, and children living with vision loss. The latter is, currently, within reach, but it will take a collective effort to achieve.

SDCB can help you or a loved one regain independence. Please contact us to learn more about our programs and services.

Curing blindness: why we need a new perspective on sight rehabilitation

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