The Junior Blind Olympics was created so that children could defy expectations and experience a true sense of achievement, despite their disabilities. This day creates champions for not just a day...but for life. For more information about the Junior Blind Olympics, click here.
Junior Blind's Infant & Early Childhood Program has begun formal research investigation on the impact of using a tablet, such as the iPad, to help children with low vision develop functional vision skills.
Junior Blind's Camp Bloomfield provides children and youth who are blind, visually impaired or multi-disabled with a natural and safe environment to develop self-esteem, build independence and fully experience the joys of the great outdoors. Nestled in the Santa Monica Mountains in Malibu, this 40-acre campground offers various week-long camp sessions for children of all ages and disabilities. The largest of its kind in the Western United States, Camp Bloomfield serves hundreds of campers free of charge each summer and is accredited by the American Camping Association (ACA). For more information about this program, click here.
Junior Blind is honored to be featured on KCET's SoCal Cares as a non-profit making a real difference. SoCal Cares is a special segment produced by the award-winning news program, SoCal Connected. The feature was made possible by the generosity of Junior Blind and KCET supporters Albert and Janey Sweet and the Occidental Entertainment Group Holdings.