Welcome to the National Organization of Parents of Blind Children
As a proud division of the National Federation of the Blind, we are a national membership and advocacy organization of families and friends of blind children. We help families and blind children themselves maximize the child’s skills, independence, and opportunities, and we hold high expectations for all of our children. Connect with us and the resources, support, and expertise of blind people who can serve as mentors and role models for us and our children.
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NATIONAL FEDERATION OF THE BLIND NEWS & MORE
NFB BELL® Academy
The NFB BELL Academy provides children with Braille and nonvisual skills instruction through fun, hands-on learning activities.
Future Reflections is a quarterly magazine for parents and teachers of blind children that offers resources and information based on the National Federation of the Blind's positive philosophy of blindness.
The Braille Monitor is the flagship publication of the National Federation of the Blind.
Live the life you want
Early literacy and high expectations for our children are best achieved when supported by the triad of home, community, and educator. The National Organization of Parents of Blind Children welcomes parents, relatives, educators, blind adults, and others interested in promoting opportunities for blind children.Connect with local contact
Free White Cane Program
The white cane gives blind people the ability to achieve a full and independent life. We have distributed more than 64,000 white canes since 2008.
Ways to Give
Your donations help us distribute free white canes, provide children with Braille and nonvisual skills instruction, advocate for the rights of blind Americans, and more.
Early Childhood Initiatives
Our early childhood initiatives provide young blind children and their families with support and guidance to master the fundamental skills of literacy and independent travel.
NFB-NEWSLINE is a free audio and Braille information service with many opportunities for blind students to take advantage of for school and leisure.