About the AFB Center on Vision Loss
Slideshow featuring Center on Vision Loss activities
Welcome, Cindy Watson!
The American Foundation for the Blind (AFB) is pleased to welcome Cindy Watson as the new director of the AFB Center on Vision Loss and Web Programs.
You Can Give the Gift of a Lifetime
People who are losing their sight depend on the Center on Vision Loss for knowledge, training, and support. They will think your contribution to the Center is the best gift ever.
Esther's Place—Your Gateway to Independence
The centerpiece of the AFB Center on Vision Loss is Esther's Place, a fully furnished model home fitted with simple adaptations and products designed to make daily life more manageable for individuals with vision loss.
Seminars, Workshops, and More
The experts at the Center on Vision Loss offer regular workshops, seminars, and educational events.
How You Can Help
People who are losing their sight depend on the Center on Vision Loss for knowledge, training, and support. Your donations help us continue to offer life-changing information and over 500 products and devices on display.
The American Foundation for the Blind Center on Vision Loss, located in Dallas, Texas, is a unique part of AFB dedicated to helping the 25 million Americans with vision loss find resources, professional services, and workable solutions to many issues related to living independently. We offer life-changing information and have over 500 products and devices on display that can help you:
- Use a computer
- Identify medications
- Use the telephone
- Move about your home independently and safely
You can walk through Esther's Place, our demonstration model home, and try out the various low- and high-tech gadgets in a realistic home setting, get ideas for modifications you can make in your own home, and find out where to obtain any of the products you've tested. Esther's Place is truly your "Gateway to Independence."
Call (214) 352-7222 to schedule a tour of the AFB Center on Vision Loss, and find out about upcoming seminars.
AFB Center on Vision Loss
11030 Ables Lane
Dallas, TX 75229
Hours: Monday-Friday, 9 am to 5 pm
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