Women who are blind using white canes to travel on a BART platform.

  • Information and Referral
  • Informational Workshops
  • Adjustment to Vision Loss
  • Assistive Technology/Computer Training: JAWS® (Job Access With Speech), NVDA (NonVisual Desktop Access), ZoomText, iPad and iPhones, Android, Microsoft Office, the Internet, Amazon Echo, DAISY book players and recorders, braille displays, and more
  • Braille Literacy
  • Independent Living Skills: home management, cooking, banking, shopping, money identification, grooming, clothing identification
  • Support Group
  • Orientation & Mobility: using a cane or other device to travel safely and efficiently throughout home and community, including using public transportation
  • Leisure Skills
  • Low Vision and Blindness Aids: products such as folding canes, magnifiers, talking timepieces, etc.