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A young girl with visual impairment smiles while holding up her cane at the New England Regional Braille Challenge.


For children up to the age of 13 years old who are blind or have low vision, the Carroll Center for the Blind offers a multitude of services that parents can depend on to ensure that developmental milestones are met.

Two teenage girls with visual impairments smile together on a ride at an amusement park.


Students between the ages of 14 to 21 years old can participate in weekend and summer programs to help them transition into young adulthood, fostering independence while preparing them for future success. For older teens, we offer academic year programs to support developing vocational skills.

A blind woman wearing sunglasses laughs with others at an advocacy event at the Massachusetts State House.


Our comprehensive vision rehabilitation programs are designed for both newly-blinded adults and those who have had a significant loss in vision over time. Our team of specialists guide clients to relearn skills and adjust emotionally, empowering them to live an independent life.

An older gentleman gets sighted guide from a younger woman while crossing train tracks.


Remaining independent is possible for seniors with vision loss. The Carroll Center provides support for remaining independent in your home, safe travel instruction and resources and advice on low vision and assistive technology.

A group of four professionals discuss business together.


The Carroll Center for the Blind services many sectors and populations—we deliver state-of-the-art assistive technology and consulting services to individuals, organizations and governments globally to empower people who are blind or visually impaired to reach their full potential.


Alumni of the Carroll Center for the Blind talk about how important their training was in a YouTube video.
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