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   Helping the visually impaired live with independence 

and dignity.        

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Welcome to Vision-Aid

Vision-Aid provides rehabilitation for the visually impaired. Our world-class computer training programs, which are benchmarked with the programs of leading institutions, empower blind and low vision students to reach great heights. Students with vision impairment are provided with one-on-one assessment , training and devices. 

Vision-Aid programs have won 6 national and international awards in its 7 years of existence

What's New

Vision Aid's "Dancer's Pledge" Rocks Boston
Vision Aid's

India New England Article: Vision Aid's "Dancer's Pledge" Rocks Boston

Vision Aid in Action - new 2014 Film

Check out this compelling video to see Vision Aid in action and learn more about some of the work that the organization does. Also, please subscribe t [ ... ]


IT’S A SOLD OUT SHOW WITH A LONG WAIT LISTIf you bought a ticket but no longer plan to attend, please contact us ASAP so we can offer your seat to [ ... ]

Donate your used Laptop, iPhone or Tablet to a bl...

Vision-Aid, in partnership with Samarthanam USA is excited to offer a Laptop/iPhone donation program at this year's annual event on July 27th. Please  [ ... ]

Latest Blogs

The dancer's pledge was fulfilled! but the story goes on...

The show is over. The dancer’s pledge has been fulfilled, but the story does not end here. 
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Vision Aid 2014 Event - Nikita Minocha's Blog
As a dancer, you begin to see the world in a different way. You are constantly asked to become a new character, tell a story from history, and most ...
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Vision-Aid 2014 Event - M.S.Raju's blog

When we see a blind person, most of us feel sad, or we may think it is terribly unjust, or even feel a little guilt.

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