Davidson Program for Independence

Adults who are blind or visually impaired learn skills to lead fuller, more productive lives in Wayfinder’s Davidson Program for Independence, a comprehensive residential rehabilitation program. Through training in Braille, independent living skills, assistive technology and orientation and mobility (to travel autonomously and safely), graduates of the program reach their greatest levels of independence in their homes, workplaces and communities.

Adults, ages 18 and older, who are blind or visually impaired and aspire to greater independence in their homes, workplaces and communities.

An adult who is blind reads Braille while sitting at a countertop

Over seven years, Ronnie became completely blind. When he lost his sight, he also lost his livelihood and independence. Around that time, Ronnie learned he was to going to be a father. He found the strength in his family to take charge of his life once more and called Wayfinder Family Services’ Davidson Program for Independence.

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