VIA: Visually Impaired Advancement
VIA: pathways for the visually impaired is a nonprofit rehabilitation and social services agency committed to people who are experiencing vision loss.
Our mission is to assist people who are vision impaired to achieve their highest level of independence.
We provide tools, education, rehabilitation, job training, job placement and support for people all ages.
IF YOU ARE GETTING A CAR WASH OR FILLING UP YOUR GAS TANK AT YOUR LOCAL DELTA SONIC CAR WASH DON’T FORGET TO ROUND UP FOR VIA! FOR THE MONTH OF JUNE ALL FUNDS WILL HELP THE AMAZING CLIENTS WE SERVE ALL OVER WESTERN NEW YORK!
thanks a million for supporting
via’s sprint for sight!
sprint for sight HAD 113 PARTICIPANTS,
45 CORPORATE SPONSORS, and RAISED $49,600
tO SUPPORT PROGRAMMING AND SERVICES FOR BLIND OR VISUALLY IMPAIRED PEOPLE!
From Buffalo Association of the Blind in 1907 to the Olmsted Center for Sight and now VIA, this organization has a rich history of helping the visually impaired see the future and be seen as productive members of the community. Read more about us!
About Visual Impairment
There is no denying a diagnosis with vision changes or visual loss can present challenges. However, it does not change who you are, what you believe or, what you want to accomplish. The first step towards an independent future is overcoming fear and uncertainty.
Services + Support
VIA is a comprehensive resource for people who are experiencing vision loss or legally blind, to help them adapt to new ways of independence. Our team of vision professionals will customize services to help you manage vision loss, at any age.