VABVI currently serves 296 blind and visually impaired students across Vermont.
Students are excited to ride horses for the first time!
Students have the opportunity to engage with fellow blind and visually impaired peers through VABVI.
A client shares a smile during a Peer Assisted Learning and Support (PALS) meeting.
A client shows a smile for the camera!
Daniel Kish, who is blind, hosts a workshop for VABVI students about echolocation, a process involving the clicking of the tongue to envision one's surroundings.
09.19.2016

Bowling in the Dark!

Come Bowl With Us IN THE DARK! Celebrating 90 years of helping Vermonters to Achieve Independence in a Visual World The Vermont Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired (VABVI) is preparing to host Vermont’s first Bowling in the Dark event! … Continued

Enabling Vermonters Everyday

The Vermont Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired (VABVI), a non-profit organization founded in 1926, is the only private agency to offer training, services, and support to visually impaired Vermonters. Each year we serve hundreds of children from birth to age 22 and adults age 55 and over.

VABVI’s specialized staff are also contracted to work with employment-aged adults through the State Department, Vermont Division for the Blind and Visually Impaired (DBVI). VABVI and DBVI also work together on some of the Teen Transition and Intensive Residential Life Experiences (IRLE) programs.

Our mission is to enable Vermonters with vision problems, whether blindness or impairment, to achieve and maintain independence.