American Foundation for the Blind: a United States nonprofit organization enabling blind or visually impaired people to achieve equality and access. They provide information and referrals about living with visual impairment.
American Printing House for the Blind: an organization that promotes independence of blind and visually impaired persons by providing special media, tools, and materials needed for education and life.
Hadley School: offers a variety of tuition-free distance education courses to blind and visually impaired individuals age fourteen and above, parents of blind children, family members of blind adults, and professionals working in the field of blindness. Courses are available in Braille, Large Print, audiocassette, and online.
Helen Keller Services for the Blind: one of the oldest not-for- profit rehabilitation agencies in the United States. HKSB provides resources for the blind, visually impaired, and developmentally disabled people.
National Association for Parents of the Visually Impaired: founded in 1979 by volunteers, primarily parents of children who are visually impaired, to obtain support and information to help advocate for their children.
National Federation of the Blind: largest membership organization of blind people in the United States.
New York State Commission for the Blind and Visually Handicapped: provides vocational rehabilitation and other services to blind and visually impaired New York State residents including children, adults, and the elderly.