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National Association for Visually Handicapped
NAVH New York City
Address:22 West 21st St., 6th Fl. New York NY 10010
Telephone(s):(212) 889-3141 (212) 255-2804
World Wide Web: http://www.navh.org/
Description:Services for children and adults who cannot meet normal standards of vision, even with corrective lenses, include: counseling to ease the trauma associated with the reality of visual impairment; publication of large print materials; referring individuals to local agencies for assistance and low vision services; library services; information and counselings on visual aids; public education; and professional education.
Hours:Mon - Fri, 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. by appointment.
Eligibility Requirements:The partially sighted, their families, friends and professionals who serve them are eligible.
Fees/Methods of Payment:Annual membership fee, $50.00.
Access for People with Disabilities:Wheelchair access.
Services Offered:Disability Related Counseling, Pre-job Guidance, Specialized Information and Referral,
Target Groups(By Need):Disabilities, People with,