Center for Visually Impaired Adults

Goals:

We want to help you improve your independence and self-reliance by helping you learn new ways of doing things you have always done. You can virtually continue to do most everything you have done all your life with a few adaptations to accommodate your newly-found needs due to vision loss.

We offer a year-round program to improve an individual's quality of life. Learning to adjust to and accept the challenges offered by vision loss is easier when one has the kind of help we can offer. 

If you would like to help us to improve the lives of visually impaired adults in Placer County, please send a check to: Center for Visually Impaired Adults of Placer County at 1212 High St., Auburn CA 95603. We are a tax exempt 501c3 organization and provide acknowledgement letters for your tax purpose convenience.

We invite you to visit us on Wednesday mornings. Please confirm your visit with us at (530) 863-7773 or (530) 888-6744, especially during the last 2 weeks in August and during the Thanksgiving and Holiday seasons, as we may be closed so our participants can enjoy time with friends and family.

News and Events

September 9, 2016

Wine Tasting and Tapas at Vina Castellano
4590 Bell Rd., Auburn
on Friday Sept. 9th at 5:30
Tickets are $30 each
Mail checks to:
PO Box 4810
Auburn, CA 95602 include your return address

August 13, 2016

Music Circus on Sat. Aug. 13th to see "Nice Work If You Can Get It" for an audio-described performance with a special opportunity to meet cast members. Also, our folks will be able to explore costumes and props used in the show. Everyone is very excited for this fantastic opportunity

Awards

United Auburn Indian Community

 United Auburn Indian Community logo
April 2017: Awarded a Grant from United Auburn Indian Community
May 2016: Awarded a Grant from United Auburn Indian Community



Dan Higgins Award from Auburn Host Lions

 

2011: In keeping with the request from Helen Keller “to be knights for the blind” the Auburn Host Lions presented the annual Dan Higgins Award to the Auburn Center for Visually Impaired Adults.