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APH ConnectCenter

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APH ConnectCenter
1839 Frankfort Ave
Louisville, KY 40206

Phone: 1.800.232.5463

APH ConnectCenter offers three targeted websites – FamilyConnect: focused on the developmental and educational needs of children; APH CareerConnect: focused on career exploration, transition to college, career, and community, and maintaining employment; and VisonAware: focused on adjustment to vison loss through the stories of adults successfully living with blindness and low vison. The APH ConnectCenter websites offer a wide variety of blogs, articles, webinars and recordings about thriving with blindness and low vision across all ages and stages. In addition to the websites, the APH ConnectCenter’s, the Directory of Services and Information and Referral Line are tremendous resources for those looking for local and national organizations and agencies or who have questions about living with vision loss. All APH ConnectCenter resources are available to students, transition-age youth, and adults with visual impairments, their families, and the professionals with whom they work.

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Online resources for families and teachers of children who are visually impaired including those with additional disabilities and/or Deafblindess. 


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Transition information, career-exploration tools, and job-seeking guidance for individuals with vision loss and professionals who work with them.


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Looking for events related to visual impairment and blindness education? Check out the APH ConnectCenter calendar: search or post your event for free.


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APH ConnectCenter webinars cover a broad range of topics to help professional and families support students and adults with visual impairments. Find upcoming webinars or view archived webinars here


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A free-of-charge, searchable database containing contact information for over 2,000 organizations and agencies that serve people who are blind or visually impaired in the United States and Canada. Directory listings include schools, agencies, organizations, and programs in the governmental and private, nonprofit sectors that provide a wide variety of services, information, and other assistance to blind and visually impaired children and adults, their families, and professionals who work with them.


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