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NFB-LINK: Linking Individuals to a Network of Knowledge

Are you a blind student interested in pursuing a college education? Have you recently found out that you're experiencing vision loss? Are you nervous about pursuing a new hobby, career path, or interest, because you've never heard of another blind person who has done it successfully?

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Young blind men shoppingNFB-LINK provides mentoring relationships for individuals who would like resources and guidance on a variety of blindness topics.

NFB-LINK can help you get the information you need to live life to the fullest!

This is your opportunity to take control of your own life.

LEARN MORE ABOUT BLINDNESS, FIND A MENTOR! OR
BECOME A MENTOR AND SHARE YOUR EXPERIENCE AND KNOWLEDGE.

 

Two blind women walking along a streetProgram Services Include:

  • Online and in-person mentoring
  • Advice for family and friends
  • How to continue with your hobbies and interests such as gardening, grilling, cooking, etc.
  • Career development and opportunities
  • Introduction to local and statewide blindness support groups and services
  • Scholarship opportunities and advocacy training for blind students
  • Information for parents of blind children
  • Resources for blindness professionals e.g. ophthalmologists, teachers, rehabilitation counselors, etc.
  • Tips for seniors experiencing vision loss

These comprehensive resources are based on the collective experiences of thousands of blind persons who have succeeded in various arenas. NFB-LINK is founded on the NFB’s can-do, positive attitude about blindness, emphasizing high expectations, independence and personal achievement.

Join our growing network and meet others like yourself. Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.

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