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Space Camp for Visually Impaired Students

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Each September, the US Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama offers a week long program specifically designed for children who are blind or visually impaired, so that they, like their sighted peers, can have the opportunity to learn about and experience through simulation, the world of space and aviation…

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The DeafBlind Retreat

The Seattle Lighthouse for the Blind is hosting The DeafBlind Retreat in Seattle Sunday, August 23 – Saturday, August 29, 2015 There are 3 choices, the full week, 1st half, or 2nd half. The deadline to apply is March 13, 2015, all 2015 DeafBlind Retreat Applications must be emailed to DBRetreat@Seattlelh.org…

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NFB’s EQ (Engineering Quotient) Program

Attention blind and low vision high school students! Are you interested in pursuing work in science, technology, engineering, or math (STEM) after high school? Do you enjoy investing your talent and energy in solving real world problems? Join the National Federation of the Blind for NFB EQ, a week long…

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NFB Bell Program

The NFB Braille Enrichment for Literacy and Learning (BELL) program provides children, ages four through twelve, with two weeks of concentrated Braille instruction through fun, hands-on learning. This program is for all blind children who could benefit from Braille enrichment over the summer. This includes low vision children, children who…

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Regional Summer Social & Recreational Program

July 20th & 21st 10 am – 2 pm Ages 6-11 (1st – 5th grade) Children who are blind or visually impaired need the same kind of social interactions, interpersonal communication, and interpersonal skills that sighted children need. But visual impairment can cause significant differences not only in how they…

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Music and Academic Enrichment Program – Ages 12-18 – Week 2

Maryland School for the Blind‘s 2015 Summer Short Course program will continue to merge the Expanded Core Curriculum with a theme based curriculum aligned with the College and Career Readiness Standards. This year’s Program will focus on the wonderful benefits of music in education. Research shows that learning the “do-re-mis…

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BISM’s Independence 101 Program

Independence 101 is a residential summer program for students in grades 5-8 which takes place between July 18th and August 8th, 2015. Students will participate in a wide array of social and recreational activities. Just as many of their sighted peers are meeting new friends at camp, Independence 101 participants…

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Music and Academic Enrichment Program – Ages 12-18 – Week 1

Maryland School for the Blind‘s 2015 Summer Short Course program will continue to merge the Expanded Core Curriculum with a theme based curriculum aligned with the College and Career Readiness Standards. This year’s Program will focus on the wonderful benefits of music in education. Research shows that learning the “do-re-mis…

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Music and Academic Enrichment Program – Elementary Program

Maryland School for the Blind‘s 2015 Summer Short Course program will continue to merge the Expanded Core Curriculum with a theme based curriculum aligned with the College and Career Readiness Standards. This year’s Program will focus on the wonderful benefits of music in education. Research shows that learning the “do-re-mis…

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Accessible Sailing Program

The Downtown Sailing Center in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor offers an accessible and adapted sailing program for children and adults with disabilities. This year’s event is limited to 16 students from ages 12-18 from July 6 – July 10, 2015. In collaboration with the Maryland School for the Blind, the DSC…

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