Vista Center Santa Cruz is excited to reopen in person classes! Join to meet our staff, other clients, and volunteers who create a welcoming and supportive community for those with vision loss. Come discover how Vista Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired can help you regain your independence.
Join us for a talk by Susan and John Glass, both of whom who have been blind since birth, and Hannah Fairbairn and Bob Geyer, who each has low vision. They will discuss how Vista’s low-tech and high-tech solutions have helped them expand their world.
Explore and learn about the programs and opportunities the Vista Center has to help you live a successful, fulfilling, independent life:
- Adaptive daily living skills – from reading your mail to cooking;
- Reading – how to get free audio books and magazines;
- Assistive technology – from the iPhone to talking appliances;
- Independent travel – walking to riding the bus
- Repair and Woodworking – fixing a faucet to building a table
The event will also feature North State Assistive Technologies which carries a wide variety of products, including the latest in wearable technology devices which you will have an opportunity to try out.
What: How the Vista Center Can Help Expand Your World
When: Saturday, March 18, 10:00 a.m.- 2:00 p.m.
Where: Twin Lakes Church, 2701 Cabrillo College Drive, Aptos