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The purpose of Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired is to provide eligible individuals with visual impairments the opportunities and support that will enable them to become independent, active, self-sustaining members of their community.
To be eligible for services, you must be visually impaired, with acuity of 20/60 or less in the better eye with correction, or a field loss of twenty degrees or less in the better eye.
As of July, 2005, individuals who are blind, visually impaired or print handicapped can utilize this comprehensive newspaper reading service that is accessible through the use of any touch-tone phone. For an application, contact Robert Pires, Rehabilitation Teacher for the Blind at 401.258.9320 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or fill out a copy and return it to address on form.
Governor's Advisory Council for the Blind National Federation of the Blind American Foundation for the Blind IN-SIGHTPerkins School for the BlindThe Carroll CenterThe Hadley SchoolPaul V. Sherlock Center on DisabilitiesAmerican Council for the BlindAmerican Printing House for the BlindGuide to Braille ResourcesLibrary of Congress National Library Services for the Blind & Physically HandicappedNational Braille PressTalking Books Library