Blind Babies Foundation

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Young children in Central and Northern California who are blind or visually impaired and may have additional disabilities receive critical early intervention and education services from Blind Babies Foundation, a program of Wayfinder Family Services. Children increase visual functioning, sensory awareness, communication and social skills, as well as improve physical, cognitive and emotional development. Families learn to become successful advocates for their children’s education and care. Our vision impairment specialists collaborate with family members, medical professionals, caregivers and teachers.

“The program was incredibly helpful in helping us understand our son’s vision impairment and how to advocate for him.” – parent

We also serve children in Southern California through our early intervention program. 

Children from birth to age 3 who have vision loss—and many with additional disabilities—in the following Central and Northern California counties:

  • Alameda
  • Contra Costa
  • Northern Kern
  • Kings
  • San Francisco
  • San Benito
  • San Mateo
  • Santa Clara
  • Sonoma
  • Tulare

Additional counties served as staffing allows.

Services extend to the following Regional Centers:

 

  • Central Valley Regional Center (CVRC),
  • Golden Gate Regional Center (GGRC)
  • Kern Regional Center (KRC) (north county)
  • North Bay Regional Center (NBRC)
  • Regional Center of the East Bay (RCEB)
  • San Andreas Regional Center (SARC)
Smiling little girl wearing glasses and holding white cane

Before Elizabeth was born, I had never met a blind person,” says Gina, Elizabeth’s mother. Back then, Gina and her husband, Greg, wondered, How should we play with Elizabeth? Should we limit her activities? What will her life be like when she grows up?

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