Now she races her sighted peers to the playground. Vision rehabilitation is the reason.
Now he's a valued member of a vision-integrated team. Envision employment is growing strong.
Now he's fearless about the future.
Outreach programs make the difference.
Vision loss can create barriers to a full life, but it doesn’t have to. We’ve been pushing past those barriers since 1933, improving quality of life for people who are blind or visually impaired and helping them defy expectations at every turn. That’s what drives us. Find out how we put our mission into practice.
An integrated community of employees who are blind, sighted or visually impaired, Envision offers growing employment opportunities in manufacturing, sales, child development, administration, retail and many other areas of our organization.
We started manufacturing high-quality products in 1933 and haven’t stopped since. An AbilityOne agency, we fulfill nearly 30,000 customer orders annually with products ranging from plastic bags to business cards to military protective gear.
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Designed to meet the needs of the whole individual at any age or level of vision loss, our comprehensive services and programs encompass everything from vision rehabilitation and therapy to support groups to clubs and activities.
Our focus on applied research, along with expanded educational opportunities for medical professionals, makes us uniquely capable of closing practice gaps and working toward breakthroughs that will immediately improve quality of life.
Whether through funds or personal time, gifts fuel our mission. In fact, we put 100 percent of donations directly into crucial services and programs for people who are blind or visually impaired.
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Bryan Jayne wants to be a positive role model for as many children and fellow foster parents as he can.
Media coverage reaching national and international audiences who are discovering what the Envision Research Institute is all about.
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