Our Work and Resources
The Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness (JVIB) is the international peer-reviewed journal of record in the field, delivering current research and best practice information, commentary from authoritative experts on critical topics, and more.
- How many adult Americans have trouble seeing?
- How many seniors in the U.S. experience vision loss?
- How many children in the U.S. are blind or visually impaired?
Understanding Transportation Options
The Visually Impaired Seniors’ Independent Travel Opportunities and Resources (Project VISITOR) research team is surveying organizations and individuals to identify current transportation practices and challenges for older people with vision loss. In Phase One, we surveyed agencies serving seniors with vision loss in the United States.
Meet the Team
Stephanie Enyart, Chief Public Policy and Research Officer, has 20 years’ experience advocating for people with disabilities.
George Abbott, Chief Knowledge Advancement Officer, is responsible for developing and implementing AFB's employment initiatives, as well as coordinating the annual AFB Leadership Conference.
Dr. Paola Chanes-Mora, Policy Research Specialist, holds a Ph.D. in public health and has conducted both qualitative and quantitative data analysis.