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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 approximately 2000 clients from birth through end of life.

Our mission is to enable Vermonters whether blind or visually impaired, to be more independent, to cultivate adaptive skills and to improve their quality of life.

View our 2020 Annual Report here

2020 Form990 Tax Report

IRS 501 c 3 Determination Letter/EIN #

 The need for our services is increasing!

Our Award Winning staff

Dan Norris, M.Ed., CVRT, COMS
Charlyn Allen Award for Demonstrating Professionalism and Outstanding Service to the Field, 2021
Virginia Goodman, TVI, COMS
Excellence in Direct Service to Children with Vision Impairments, NEAER, 2020
Stephanie Carmichael, TVI, COMS
Robert McCulley Rising Star Award, NEAER, 2020
Julie Vinikoor, TVI
Excellence in Direct Service to Children, Council of Schools for the Blind, 2020
Allie Futty, TVI, COMS, & CATIS
Rising Star Award, Vermont Business Magazine, 2020
Allie Futty, TVI, COMS, CATIS
Rising Star Award, NEAER, 2019
Dan Norris, M.Ed., CVRT, COMS
Excellence in Direct Service to Adults, 2019 NEAER
Kerry Clifford
Excellence in Direct Service to Children, NEAER, 2017
Jeffrey Schroeder, COMS, CVLT
Excellence in Direct Service for Adults, NEAER, 2015
Stephanie Bissonette, TVI, COMS
Excellence in Direct Service to Children, NEAER, 2015
Steven Pouliot
Visionserve Alliance Award for Program Leadership, 2010
Vermont Connections Team
NEAER Team Awards 2010
Kathy Lawrence, TVI, COMS
Excellence in Direct Service to Children, NEAER, 2008
Vermont Life Skills Team
NEAER Team Awards VABVI/DBVI 2006
Jules Cote
Father Thomas Carroll Award, NEAER, 1992
 

 

 

 

Additional VABVI Information and Resources

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