This list is not intended to be a complete listing of all resources available for people who are blind or have low vision and nor does the listing imply OCB endorsement.
Books & Learning
American Printing House for the Blind aph.org
Hadley Institute for the Blind and Visually Impaired hadley.edu
Learning Ally learningally.org
National Braille Press nbp.org
National Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped loc.gov
Technology and Equipment
A T Guys atguys.com
Enable Mart enablemart.com
Enabling Technologies brailler.com
Flying Blind flying-blind.com
Independent Living Aids independentliving.com
NewView Oklahoma newviewoklahoma.org
Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services okdrs.gov
(Vispero brands include Enhanced Vision, Freedom Scientific, Optelec, The Paciello Group)
Additional resources may be found at the following websites:
Other Community Services:
Area 57 AA of Oklahoma; https://aaoklahoma.org
Alzheimer’s Association; https://www.alz.org
Serves all 77 counties in Oklahoma with offices in Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Lawton, Ada, and Enid
Cancer Support Groups in Oklahoma (OCSRI); https://ocsri.org
Center For Creative Living
Provides meals and activities for Seniors: 3501 SW Elsy Hamm Dr., Lawton, Oklahoma 73505, (580) 248-0471
Depression and Bipolar Support Group; Room 1 Lawton Public Library, Meets first Monday of each month at 7:00 pm.
Epilepsy Foundation of Oklahoma
Lawton Noon Lion’s Club; Meets Monday’s at noon, Great Plains Collesium, Prairie Building, Lawton, OK
OKC West Side Lions Club; Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesday, 4135 NW 10th, Oklahoma City.
Southwest Oklahoma Amputee Program (SOAP); Klove447@att.net; (580) 536-1650, Provides Support for amputees and families.
Start Your Recovery
StartYourRecovery.org, an important resource for individuals who may be struggling with substance use disorder.
Start Your Recovery is a groundbreaking website developed by bringing together experts in substance use disorder treatment. For more information contact Anchal Arora, Outreach Specialis. Start Your Recovery is located at; 1321 Duke St., Alexandria, VA 22314 434.381.3133.
NVISION, a free online resource dedicated to helping people live better by seeing better. Recently published an educational guide to navigating the internet for individuals with low vision or blindness. Our free resource covers the built-in tools that make sites more accessible for people with vision loss. Please take a look: nvisioncenters.com/internet-accessibility-guide. For more information Email, Paula Rios, National Outreach Specialist, at firstname.lastname@example.org.