Woof to Woof
Saturday, May 31, 2014
This exciting and very popular event, benefiting Vista Center, hosts over 500 dogs and many more of their “two legged friends”. Attendees enjoy contests, demonstrations, great prizes, and informational sessions on microchipping and adoptions through the SPCA.
For more information call Vista
Center Santa Cruz at
831.458.9766, or visit www.wooftowoof.com.
Vista Center Low Vision Expo
Video now available on YouTube:
Vista Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired hosted its17th annual Low Vision Expo on Saturday, September 28th, 2013 at the Louden Nelson Community Center, 301 Center Street, Santa Cruz 95060
Our keynote speaker was Dr. Alok Bansal, Vitreoretinal Surgeon with the Northern California Retina-Vitreous Associates Medical Group, one of the largest retina practices in the Bay Area. He discussed a new clinical trial for ARMD.
The very latest in equipment and technology was demonstrated by a variety of exhibitors, and participants also had the opportunity to learn about available resources in the community including services provided through Vista Center and other local organizations.
Vista Center is the only non-profit agency in Santa Cruz County dedicated to serving the special needs of people who are blind or visually impaired, and has been providing a wide variety of critical services for the past 34 years. These include programs that take place at Vista Center or in the home of the client, and outreach events in the community. While Vista Center serves individuals of all ages, over 95% of their clients are over the age of 45, and have vision loss due to age-related illness.
Low Vision Expo 2012 (Santa Cruz)
Low Vision Expo 2012 (Santa Clara)