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Thank you to all who helped make the Central Valley Beeper Egg Hunt on Saturday a great success, and to Carl Zeiss Meditec for the wonderful baskets! It was a great day for all who attended!

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BBF’s 14th Annual Bay Area Beeper Egg Hunt

Saturday, April 12, 2014

11:30 am – 2:00 pm

Guide Dogs for the Blind

350 Los Ranchitos Road

San Rafael, CA 94903

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21st Annual Central Valley Beeper Egg Hunt:

Saturday, April 5, 2014

11:30 am — 2:00 pm

Rowley Ranch

32592 Road 144

Visalia, CA 93292

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For more information, please contact Kristi Spaite at 559-353-6420

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When an infant or preschooler is identified as blind or visually impaired, Blind Babies Foundation provides family-centered services to support the child's optimal development and access to the world.

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Blind Babies Foundation has been providing critical early intervention and education services to infants and preschoolers who are blind or visually impaired for 60 years. Our family-centered services are provided in the home environment and encourage every child’s development to the fullest degree possible with careful attention to their individual abilities and needs. Through our Access VIS program, our Vision Impairment Specialists help more than 560 children each year in 14 central and northern California counties at no cost to families.

"Our son has a visual impairment which put us on a hunt for some sound help and direction. We have been on a medical and emotional roller-coaster and we can wholeheartedly say that having BBF at our side has made this trying time much easier to handle."  - Steve & Jody C. of Lodi, California

Why Use Our Services?

The birth of a baby marks the beginning of many challenges for a family. With a baby who is visually impaired, the challenges are more complex. The early intervention program of BBF, called Access VIS, helps the entire family adjust by:

  • providing parent education
  • providing information -supporting the parent/child relationship
  • connecting the family to resources
  • attending medical visits with families
  • administering visual and developmental assessments
  • referral to other agencies
  • supporting family advocacy skills
  • giving opportunities for families to meet and to learn from one another

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