Blindness Resources

Local Resources
The Seattle Public Library ADA/Special Services (i.e. Library Equal Access Program)
Washington Talking Book and Braille Library
Washington Assistive Technology Alliance
SightConnection (formerly Community Services for the Blind and Partially Sighted)
Washington State Department of Services for the Blind
Washington Organizations Serving Children and Teens who are Visually Impaired, Blind or Deaf-Blind and Their Families

Local Transportation
Washington State Ferries
Washington State Tourism
Washington State Public Transportation
Metro Buses for Seattle and King County
Sound Transit
Pierce Transit in Tacoma

National Organizations and Resources
Disablity.gov
AbilityOne (Formerly JWOD) Program
The National Federation of the Blind
The American Foundation for the Blind
American Council of the Blind
National Industries for the Blind
Very Special Arts
eSight Careers Network
America’s Heroes at Work
We Connect Now

Guide Dogs
Guiding Eyes for the Blind
The Seeing Eye, Inc.
Guide Dogs for the Blind, Inc.
Guide Dog Foundation for the Blind Inc.
Leader Dogs for the Blind

Deaf-Blind Resources
Deaf-Blind Program at the Lighthouse
Deaf-Blind Service Center
Washington State Deaf-Blind Citizens
Deaf-Blind International
Helen Keller National Center
National Consortium on Deaf-Blindness (NCDB)
SCCC Interpreting Program
The Deaf-Blind Resource Page
An Exploration of Deaf Culture in America (NPR Article)

Assistive Technology
AbleData
Apple Accessibility
Microsoft Accessibility
Freedom Scientific
Assistive Tech Resources
WebAble
Washington Relay Services
Washington Assistive Technology Foundation
Washington Assitive Technology Alliance
Coalition of Organizations for Accessible Technology (COAT)

Accessible Web Design
Accessible Web Page Design (DO-IT)
HTML Writers Web Accessibility Symposium (AWARE)
Designing Usable Web Sites (trace)
Usable Web: 786 Links About Web Usability

Blindness Resources for Seniors
American Foundation for the Blind’s Senior Site

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