A toddler boy with glasses and his teacher do a craft project outside

The Infant Class provides free early interventions and educational services to babies and toddlers who are blind, visually impaired or multi-disabled. Our Infant Class teaches parents and other caregivers how to motivate and encourage their children — to initiate movement, sit and crawl, overcome fears of noise, and learn essential new skills, including feeding. The skills parents obtain can be practiced at home, strengthening a critical early bond. Read more on our Infant Class page.


Preschool boy with glasses smilingThe Preschool Program is open to any child who is blind or visually impaired in Los Angeles County. Our expert team of teachers and specialists provide comprehensive individualized education and training in sensory development, orientation & mobility training, occupational therapy and early literacy skills, completely free of charge. Read more on our Preschool Program page.

 

 


Kindergarten boy writing with pencil

The Kindergarten class runs in step with LAUSD (Los Angeles Unified School District) curriculum and offers comprehensive, individualized education and training in sensory development, orientation & mobility, occupational therapy, and early literacy skills. Using leading edge technology, adaptive equipment, and decades of experience, we encourage all our students to reach their highest potential. Read more on our Kindergarten page.


Woman holding baby and smiling

Family Services are provided free of charge to parents and caregivers of students at the Blind Children’s Center. Our trained, bilingual Family Workers are experts in supporting new parents of a child who is blind and navigating a complex medical system. All the members of our Family Services team have been personally impacted by blindness, giving them a personal and unique perspective.  Read more on our Family Services page.