The world becomes a quieter place. People see things differently.
When hearing and sight fail, the human need for communication remains intact. Feelings of devastation and denial give way to the possibility of overcoming obstacles.
The Center for Deaf-Blind Persons serves those who have some degree of loss in both hearing and sight. We understand the struggles confronting these individuals and their families. We help people to achieve as much independence as possible and to experience the fulfillment of participating in meaningful work or leisure activities.
We strive to help those with hearing and sight loss feel like a part of the community.