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California Assistive Technology Training

Wayfinder’s Assistive Technology Training Program is available to Southern and Northern California adults, ages 18 and older, who are blind or visually impaired. Program attendees receive instruction and device training in the latest assistive technology and software for success in today’s job market. Following an initial assessment, our staff develop a plan to guide each…

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An adult who is blind walks down the sidewalk of Wayfinder's Los Angeles campus, holding a white cane in one hand and a suitcase in the other

Davidson Program for Independence

The Davidson Program for Independence is a comprehensive residential rehabilitation program that gives adults and young adults who are blind or visually impaired the ability to learn independent living skills to help them lead fuller, more productive lives through specialized training and one-on-one guidance. The program, is available to all adults ages 18 and older…

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Mental Health Services – Los Angeles

Wayfinder provides youth, adults, and families in Los Angeles with compassionate assistance and mental health services. Wayfinder provides a wide range of emotional and behavioral counseling services to help clients build skills to cope with traumatic experiences, unstable environments, abuse, neglect, loss of sight and more. Wayfinder’s mental health services are offered on our Los…

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Special Needs School and Education

Children with profound special needs improve their lives in Wayfinder’s special education school, which is a state-certified non-public school. In a safe, positive learning environment, students maximize their levels of independence. Wayfinder provides the least restricted environment for our students. The school enrolls children and youth, ages 5 to 21, with moderate-to-severe disabilities and varying…

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Blind or Visually Impaired Employment Program

Wayfinder offers employment services for adults, age 18 and older, who are blind or visually impaired to learn valuable skills needed to join or rejoin the workforce. Wayfinder’s blind or visually impaired Employment Services Program offers assessments, training, and placement, as well as coaching and orientation and mobility instruction to help our clients find and…

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