Vision Loss Resources
Activities for People with Disabilities
Vision Loss Resources - East Metro
216 Wabasha St S, St. Paul, MN, 55107
Distance: 1032 Miles
Offers opportunities for individuals with disabilities to socialize and participate in activities
Offers a variety of monthly activities for recreation, education, and socializing
All activities are adapted for people with vision loss and low vision.
- Adults with disabilities
- Blind or visually impaired
- Children and/or youth with disabilities
- Older adults
- Older adults with disabilities
Anyone whose vision interferes with their ability to meet independent living needs
Calling the Activity Phone Line to hear a list of events.
Some activities require a nominal fee; other activities are free of charge.
Anoka, Carver, Chisago, Dakota, Hennepin, Ramsey, Scott, Washington and Wright counties
- Vision Loss Resources - West Metro 1936 Lyndale Ave S, Minneapolis, MN, 55403
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PL-6900.7000Recreational/Leisure/Arts Instruction Expense Assistance Definition
Programs that pay all or a portion of the tuition and/or other expenses associated with classes or individual lessons for people who want to develop an appreciation for or competency in a particular recreational, artistic or leisure-time activity but who would be unable to enroll in those classes without assistance.
PS-8000.3000Health/Disability Related Social Clubs Definition
Organizations that provide an opportunity for individuals with a disability or a health condition to meet and socialize with others through dances, parties, picnics, barbecues, events for children and other companionable activities. Some organizations may also offer lecture series which address topics of interest to the membership or provide opportunities for involvement in charitable fundraising and other similar activities.
A disability that is characterized by a combination of hearing and visual impairments.
YF-9000Visual Impairments Definition
Eye, optic nerve or brain malfunctions which prevent affected individuals from seeing normally. Eye disorders that can lead to visual impairments include retinal degeneration, albinism, cataracts, glaucoma, muscular problems that result in visual disturbances, corneal disorders, diabetic retinopathy, congenital disorders and infection.