Programs & Services

For kids and adults with low or no vision and the people who love and support them

Independence Immersion Program

Our Independence Immersion Program enables you to regain control of your life so you can live the life you desire. You’ll work with specialized instructors to set achievable goals, learn techniques for organization, cooking, safe travel, and access to any technology. All skill levels are welcome. Get started today on your journey to living your best life!

For Schools and Families

School Services

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In person and virtual Vision Services meet the educational needs of students who are blind or have low vision throughout California. Partnering with school districts and parents for over 20 years, we specialize in an all-inclusive vision approach which includes Vision Services (TVIs), Orientation & Mobility, and Braille Transcription.

Youth Services

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We go above and beyond academics by building student confidence, resourcefulness, and independence. Youth Services focuses on students’ successful integration into society and prepares students to live in a world designed for sighted individuals.

All Programs & Services

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Youth of Tomorrow is for young adults living with vision loss ages 14 to 24 to aid in transitioning to college, career, and independent living.

Vista Voyagers builds character, confidence and independence in students ages 5 – 22 through educational and fun community events. This is a great way to meet other students and families in our Vista community! All events are focused on the Expanded Core Curriculum.

Meet your student’s IEP needs with instruction in braille, assistive technology, and the Expanded Core Curriculum. Services include direct instruction, teacher consultation, and Functional Vision Assessments. 

Meet your student’s IEP needs with instruction in safe, efficient, and independent traveling on the school campus, home, and community. Focus on sensory awareness, white cane training, and technology aids.

Timely transcription of print into braille for all educational materials including worksheets, books, or graphics. Ability to transcribe math, science, and literary in custom contractions.