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Independent Living Skills For Adults Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired

Newly diagnosed or recent vision loss in adults can reduce their ability to care for themselves, live independently and navigate their community. Wayfinder is providing adults who are visually impaired with training in areas like the use of assistive technology, orientation and mobility to get aroun ...

Meet Lindsey Fudge Member of the Community Council

Dynamic, connected, committed—Lindsey Fudge is all these and more. Wayfinder is fortunate to have her as a member of the Community Council. Lindsey was already aware of Wayfinder’s presence in Sacramento when she met a member of Wayfinder’s fundraising team at a leadership event in 2019. “I was so impressed by what Wayfinder was doing…

Annual Report 2022-23 – Impacts & Outcomes

Educational Success 492 children + 1,476 family members: Our statewide Child Development Services helps children with vision loss or multiple disabilities, ages 0-6, maximize any vision they have and reduce developmental delays. 93% of children met at least 85% of their individual program goals in orientation and mobility, communication, socialization and self-help skills. 95% made…

Courage & Connection: The Journey To Independence

“I had no idea I could be as independent as I am right now,” says Justice after six weeks in Wayfinder’s Davidson Program for Independence. “Being able to get to a store six blocks away by myself … I thought that would never happen.” Justice, age 19, has cerebral palsy and cerebral visual impairment, meaning…