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Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired

 

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The Vermont Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired (VABVI) is the only private agency to offer training, services, and support to visually impaired Vermonters. Our mission is to enable Vermonters who are blind or visually impaired, to be more independent, cultivate adaptive skills and improve their quality of life.

"I do not know what I would do without VABVI. They showed me new methods of preparing food, marking clothes and ways to identify food and other items. They also trained me on how to use a white cane. Their support groups are priceless. It gives me an opportunity to socialize and to learn from the rehab teachers and one another." - Shirley H.

News

The Winning Teams of Dancing with the Burlington Stars 2022!
The show was great! Congratulations to ALL of the teams, and to the prize winners!
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2022 VABVI Presidents Award
Mr. Craig Coleman, VABVI's 2022 Presidents Award Recipient
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Events

White Cane Awareness Day, Rutland, Springfield & Burlington, Oct. 14th-15th, 2022
Please join us for one of the White Cane Day events taking place across Vermont!
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Screening of the movie Vision Portraits
Vision Portraits, a feature-length documentary that chronicles the creative paths of blind and visually impaired artists including a photographer (John Dugdale), dancer (Kayla Hamilton), writer (Ryan Knighton) and the film’s director, Rodney Evans.
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