If you're wondering what resources are available for living with vision loss, you've come to the right place--the National Federation of the Blind! With over 50,000 members, we are the voice of the nation's blind, and we are here to provide you with answers and resources related to blindness and vision loss.
The following resource lists contain contact information relevant to a variety of daily activities. Possibly the most important list here is our State and Local Organizations listing. Often times the best place to start is with your NFB State President, and you'll find their contact information right here. In addition, this list contains parent, training, library, rehabilitation, and children's services contact information.
- Aids and Appliances Resource List
- Braille Transcription Resource List
- Braillewriter Repair Resource List
- Closed Circuit Televisions (CCTVs) Resource List
- The Courtesy Rules of Blindness
- Deaf-Blind Resource List
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Guide Dog Schools Resource List
- Low Vision and Research Resource List
- State and Local Organizations
- State Conventions
- Technology Resource List
- Training Centers
Highlighted here are just a few of the many programs offered by the National Federation of the Blind. For a more complete list, go to Programs under About the NFB.
- Possibilities Fair for Seniors
- Meet the Blind Month
- Nonvisual Election Technology
- Products--Independence Market Online Store
For more information about blindness, please contact the Jacobus tenBroek Library of the National Federation of the Blind Jernigan Institute at 410-659-9314 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.