New Hampshire Association for the Blind is a nonprofit organization that transforms the lives of thousands of people in New Hampshire and beyond — from babies to senior citizens — who are blind or have vision impairments to help them lead fulfilling and active lives. We partner with a full range of medical and eye professionals, healthcare facilities, social service organizations, and state agencies, including the Department of Education and Department of Rehabilitation Services. We offer our clients a holistic continuum of care that includes counseling, group therapy, occupational therapy, low vision therapy, vision rehabilitation therapy, orientation and mobility training, education services, and technology training. We also work to educate the public about the advancements in medical care, therapies, treatments, and technology, which can improve life for the growing number of people with vision loss. Services are personalized to meet our clients' needs — in the home, at work, at school and in the community — and we don't deny anyone based on their financial ability to pay.