Blindness Support Services Inc.

En Español

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Helping others on their road to independence!

3696 Beatty Drive

Riverside, CA 92506

Phone:

(951) 341-9244

Fax:

(951) 341-6335

Children's Department
Technology Department
Independent Living Skills
Seniors 55 & Up
Mobility Training
Travel Training
Employment Preparation
Testimonials

Welcome to Blindness Support Services

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MAY IS BLIND AWARENESS MONTH


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Look here for all of the upcoming events as we kick off Blind Awareness Month !

May 21st - Audio-Descriptive Movie Presentations

  • 9:30 a.m. - The Hundred Foot Journey
  • 1:30 p.m. - Finding Nemo

Memorial Day Bus Schedule - Sunday Service on Monday, May 25

On Memorial Day, Monday, May 25, buses will operate on a Sunday schedule.

The Customer Information Center will be open from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. and RTA's administrative offices will be closed.

Informational Meeting About Downtown Bus Terminal in Riverside

We Will be having our second meeting with Rohan Kuruppu who is the RTA's director of Planning.

The meeting will be regarding detailed questions related to the move from the Downtown Terminal and the operating plan presentation.

You're welcome to join us on Wednesday June 24, 2015 at 10:00 a.m.

Blindness Support Services Inc.

3696 Beatty Dr.

Riverside, CA. 92506

If you have any questions, feel free to contact Priscilla Ochoa at (951) 341-8025.

picture of Priscilla Ochoa.Priscilla Ochoa - email at:

pochoa@blindnesssupport.com


At Blindness Support Services we train people who are blind or visually impaired with specialized equipment and computer programs. We take in various kinds of blind people with a wide variety of needs.

Whereas some are in need of Mobility training, others need Independent Living Skills training. We also have two adjustment to blindness peer support groups that facilitate people who have lost their sight and are in need of group counseling. One group is for Spanish speakers and the other is for English speakers.

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We have a Blind Children's Department where preschool age blind or visually impaired children are taught with tactile learning props and teaching tools as a precursor to reading Braille.

There is a Blind parenting class for parents who are blind and need help raising children who can see.

There are Independent Living Skills instructors that go into senior citizens homes and teach independent living skills to seniors who are blind or visually impaired. There are a lot of different classes and resources here at blindness support services.

Our goal is to help people who are blind achieve a higher level of independence so they can function by themselves in society.

If you would like more information, please contact us at our main office by calling (951) 341-9244.