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Welcome to Bucks County Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired


Upcoming Events

Wednesday July 23, 2014 - Pizza and a Movie

Wednesday August 13, 2014 - Updates, Updates, Updates

Wednesday August 20, 2014 - Summer Picnic

The Bucks County Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired is a private, non-profit agency located in Newtown PA.


Our Vision is rich, vibrant and independent lives for the blind or visually impaired.

Our Mission is to provide resources, answers and support for people with blindness or other visual impairment that maximize their ability to meet life’s daily challenges and realize their continued self-worth and value to our community.

We Help Clients Prepare for and Manage their Vision Loss by creating individualized service plans that facilitate goal achievement.  In partnership with our clients, our professional staff identifies the right combination of services, vision evaluations, assistive technology, education, resources and support needed for personal success. 

We Educate our Community and Raise Public Awareness
by conducting free vision screenings to adults and preschool children that reinforce the need for regular professional eye examinations.  We offer presentations that address symptoms and treatments for eye diseases, causes, implications and prevention of vision loss and teach best practices to support people with visual impairments. 

Eligibility for Services Any resident of Bucks County whose vision is corrected to no better than 20/70 or has a visual field of less than 20 degrees is eligible for services.  There is no charge for most of our services.

 
 
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Testimonials

I love to bake. My family and friends always ask me to make my famous oatmeal cookies. When I went to preheat my oven, I couldn't see the temperature dial clearly. I realized my macular degeneration was progressing and I needed help. BCABVI taught me how to cope with my changing vision and provided suggestions for simple home modifications that allow me to continue baking independently.

Jessie Fluck, BCAVBI client

 

National Accreditation CouncilNewtown Business and Professional AssociationPennsylvania Association for the BlindLower Bucks County Chamber of CommerceLions Club