A collection of resources for the blind, visually impaired, and print disabled residents of Colorado.
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Mobilize leaders, advance understanding, and champion impactful policies.
Advocates equal rights for people with disabilities.
Helps individuals with disabilities prepare for, obtain, advance in, and maintain employment.
Preventing and addressing vision loss with services.
Deliver, fund, and advocate for services for older adults, people with disabilities, family caregivers, and veterans in Boulder County.
Building Leadership in Aging
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Macular Degeneration Research
world-renowned training center for the blind in Littleton
Support for veterans.
Provides services to people with disabilities, their families and the community.
Raise the expectations of blind people.
Foster the engagement and well-being of older adults and promote a positive image of aging through community collaboration and excellent services.
Understanding, access, and utilization of healthcare resources
Tools, counseling, and training for low vision individuals.
Protection & Advocacy.
Community solutions and to empower individuals with disabilities to live independently.
Practical solutions to age well
Database for unbiased, comprehensive information on products, solutions and resources to improve productivity and ease life’s tasks.
Sighted volunteers lend their eyes to solve tasks to help blind and low-vision people lead more independent lives.
Enhancing the independence of blind and vision-impaired individuals through adaptive technology.
Low Vision Products.
Outdoor snow-sports lessons individualized to each student’s unique needs.
Making snow sports both affordable and accessible to visually impaired and blind skiers.
Non-violence programs for schools and neighborhoods.
Denver’s award-winning Phamaly Theatre Company exclusively features actors with all nature of disability – cognitive, emotional, intellectual, physical, and neurodiverse.
Opportunities for individuals with disabilities to participate in community sports, recreation and educational programs.
Audiogames, as opposed to video games are computer games who’s main output is sound rather than graphics.
Recorded books and magazines from a national collection that includes bestsellers, classics, mysteries, westerns, poetry, biographies, informational works, religious literature, children’s books, and foreign language materials.
Free audio news service for anyone who is blind, low-vision, or otherwise print-disabled that offers access to more than 500 publications, emergency weather alerts, job listings, and more.
Provides local bus transportation in the Denver metro area for people with disabilities.
Paratransit, travel training and mobility options information and referral services.
Support Parents in Raising Healthy, Happy Youth.