Serving young children with visual impairments
and their families since 1938

Evaluation of the Infant Program is the responsibility of the Center’s Director of Education and Family Services. Outcomes are measured through the ongoing and year-end review of the IFSP. The plan includes objectives for each child which are monitored and modified as appropriate, through sessions with the Center’s interdisciplinary specialists assigned to work with that child and the family. If the infant/toddler is not making expected progress, further assessment follows and additional services may be added at any time. At the end of the school year, all information on each child’s progress is collated and reported to the Director of Education and Family Services. Using the year-end information, the Director of Education and Family Services reports to the Executive Director and the Blind Childrens Center Board of Directors.

Blind Childrens Center is a private 501(c)(3) organization which receives no city, state, county or federal funding. It is not a United Way agency. Blind Childrens Center relies on private donations from individuals, foundations, corporations, special events and earnings from our investment account. One hundred percent of donor contributions directly support Blind Childrens Center programs. Administrative costs are supported through earnings on investments. Blind Childrens Center provides center-based educational and family services free of charge to the families of children with visual impairment. All services are available in English and Spanish.

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