Specific people, specific needs, in specific areas.
The National Federation of the Blind of Indiana houses many different divisions that are comprised of people with specific areas of need. For example, you might be a parent of a blind child and are looking to network with someone in that area of our organization. TO answer that need, the NFB of Indiana has developed a parents division. Maybe you are, or know an adult who is losing or has lost vision due to diabetes. We also have a diabetic division that caters to that need. We have several different divisions for several different interests. Feel free to scrol through the list of such, and contact the person that may best be able to help you.
Indiana Parents of Blind Children
Amber Hall, President
Jean Brown President
Performing Arts Division
Jordy Stringer President
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Chapters in your area
If you are looking for a chapter in your area, we have a few around the state. Feel free to scroll through the list below and contact anyone in your area of interest.
NFB Fort Wayne Chapter
For information about the NFB of Fort Wayne, Indiana chapter or to schedule a speaker for your meeting or event, please contact us at:
web site: nfbfortwayne.org
Telephone:260.267.0632 (that’s 260.267.0NFB)
NFB Indianapolis Chapter
Our standing meetings are on the second Saturday of every month from 10:00am to 12:00pm.
We meet at the Indiana state library in room 211 located at 315 W. Ohio St. Indianapolis, Indiana. For more information contact chapter Mike Dixon
Northwest Indiana Chapter
Our standing meetings are on the third Saturday of every month at 12:00 to 02:00pm. We meet at the Gary Public Library Brunswick Branch 4030 W 5th ave.
For more information contact chapter president Jennifer Piening.
Circle City Chapter
We meet on the first Saturday of each month from 10:00am to 12:00pm. Our meeting location is 3737 N. MeridianAvenue Indianapolis, Indiana. For more information
contact chapter president Lee Martin.
With out a doubt, training is a highly valuable tool that grants the tools for your transition into, or back into the work field. You usually only get one chance to get the quality training that you need. Here are the list of recommended training centers.
NFB Training Centers
BLIND, Incorporated (Blindness: Learning in New Dimensions, Incorporated)Shawn Mayo, Director100 East 22nd Street SouthMinneapolis, Minnesota 55404Phone:
612-872-0100Toll Free: 800-597-9558Fax: 612-872-9358
Colorado Center for the Blind
Julie Deden, Director
2233 West Shepperd Avenue
Littleton, Colorado 80120Phone: 303-778-1130Toll Free: 800-401-4632Fax: 303-778-1598
Louisiana Center for the Blind
Pam Allen, Director
101 South Trenton Street
Ruston, Louisiana 71270Phone: 318-251-2891Toll Free: 800-234-4166
Other State Resources
Indiana Talking Book and Braille LibraryIndiana State Library140 North Senate AvenueIndianapolis, Indiana 46204Phone: 317-232-3684Toll Free: 800-622-4970
Bosma Enterprises 8020 Zionsville RoadIndianapolis, Indiana 46268Phone: 317-684-0600Toll Free: 888-567-3422
Office of Special EducationIndiana Department of Education Anne Davis, Director of Special Education151 West Ohio StreetIndianapolis, Indiana 46204Phone:
317-232-0570Toll Free: 877-851-4106Fax: 317-232-0589
For more information about blindness, please contact the Jacobus tenBroek Library of the National Federation of the Blind Jernigan Institute at 410-659-9314
or send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org