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Six decades of helping those who are blind, visually impaired, or multi-disabled achieve independence

Celebrating a four-year streak of excellence

Recognizing our continued commitment to excellence

Junior Blind has earned its fourth consecutive four-star rating from Charity Navigator, an award recognizing a continued commitment to excellence and accountability. Only seven percent of charities nationwide have achieved the prestigious 4-star rating over four or more years.

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Make a meaningful change in 2015

Your donation to Junior Blind will give children who are blind, visually impaired or multi-disabled the greatest gift of all… the opportunity to reach their greatest potential.

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Click here to learn more about Junior Blind's STEP program!

A step towards a brighter future

Junior Blind has a full spring of workshops planned for teens and young adults to help them transition to college or the workforce, increase their independent living skills and gain a greater sense of confidence in their abilities.

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Who We Are

Established as the Foundation for the Junior Blind in 1953, Junior Blind's mission is helping children and adults who are blind, visually impaired or multi-disabled achieve independence.

Based in Los Angeles, we offer specialized services for thousands of infants, children, teens and adults at no cost to families. Through programs that offer early intervention, education, recreation and rehabilitation, our students learn essential skills to help them maximize their potential and achieve their goals.

Junior Blind in the News

iStimulation: Apple iPad Use with Children Who Are Visually Impaired, Including Those with Multiple Disabilities

Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness - January-February 2015

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Local Camp Re-opens Pool for Visually Impaired

The Malibu Times - August 9, 2014
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At summer camp for the blind: Reading, science, swimming and more

Los Angeles Times - August 1, 2014
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