Provide our student training kitchen with some TLC! The kitchen has three separate bays that are used throughout the week by our Daily Living Skills Instructors and their students. This busy classroom is a vital space providing our students with the necessary skills and techniques to cook confidently and independently at home. Deep cleaning of the appliances, cabinets, and workspaces needed on an on-going basis.
While the original intent of the founders of Society for the Blind was to provide a congregating space for people in the Sacramento area who were blind or low vision, today’s vision includes providing life and job skills training, mentorship, and access to tools to maintain independence for thousands of youth, adults and seniors in Sacramento and the surrounding areas experiencing vision loss. Each year nearly 6,000 individuals participate in our programs and services through classes at our teaching center, in-home training sessions and community workshops. As we enter our 60th year of service to the Sacramento region and Northern California, our mission remains the same, to empower individuals living with low vision or blindness to discover, develop and achieve their full potential. To be the provider of choice for people living with low vision or blindness. We look forward to continuing to provide expert, state-of-the-art education and vision healthcare and enabling those in our community affected by vision loss to live life to its fullest.
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