A Brighter Path Programs help people who are blind or visually impaired boost self-esteem, build confidence and develop skills for work and life.

These programs include a wide range of practical courses and recreational activities. For children who are blind or visually impaired, the Student Enrichment Experience (SEE) provides training and workshops for youth grades K-12, and Focus on Literacy connects families to at-home adaptive technologies for reading and learning.

The Blind Side, a Sensitivity to Blindness Training program, works in the schools to deliver education about guide dog etiquette, braille and more. Meanwhile, the IFB Community Low Vision Center offers a variety of services to North Carolina and Arkansas residents, and fun, informative events throughout the year introduce A Brighter Path Programs to the greater community.

A boy at SEE Camp smiles while wearing a backpack and hiking poles.