The greatest challenge faced by people who are blind is not the physical lack of sight, but the limiting beliefs that society holds about their abilities.
Blindness doesn’t have to keep anyone from living a happy, productive life. Each step toward independence is one more step toward living a quality life.
Our services challenge, encourage, and empower individuals to build confidence, independence, and self-esteem.
This is not a group counseling session, but rather an opportunity to share the skills and knowledge that leads to our many successes and to the diminishing number of our failures.
We discuss and demonstrate the latest in technological developments which ultimately lead to even more skill and success. We occasionally watch a video that is pertinent to our location on the journey of life. We have speakers who are experts in their respective field of expertise.
The Seeing Hand Association works with newly blind individuals and those with new visual impairments - helping them navigate and cope with the transition. Our team helps individuals learn how to better communicate, how to deal with environmental awareness, working, travel, and their emotional well being.
Donations, Volunteer, & Products
Helping The Seeing Hand Association
If you are interested in donating gifts of cash, stocks, or property – please contact us for more information.
The Seeing Hand relies on volunteers for a variety of services in assisting persons who are blind or visually impaired to maintain their independence and self-respect. Opportunities to volunteer cover a wide range of activities including transportation, reading, daily living assistance, job coaching, office work, etc.