To improve the quality of life and provide inspiration for the blind and visually impaired through employment, outreach, rehabilitation, education and research.
Envision is an integrated community of blind, low-vision and sighted people. Each of us finds real joy and inspiration in the work we do every day—even as we attempt to inspire those we serve. We remain undaunted as we move forward because we believe the blind and visually impaired deserve a voice—a not-for-profit advocate and champion who sees capabilities where others see disability.
Envision was established in 1933 to be that voice—a small voice at first, serving as a local hub for services, education and social interaction. Now we’ve grown to become the most trusted resource for the blind and visually impaired everywhere, as well as for the caretakers and professionals who serve them. We have the resources, the knowledge, and the heart to help the people we serve defy expectations every day.
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