The Utah Foundation for the Blind and Visually Impaired has been serving the blind children, youth and young adults of Utah, along with their families, since 1988. Our programs are designed to enhance the lives of the blind by teaching skills, providing experiences and developing self confidence to help those we serve live fulfilled and productive lives with the greatest degree of independence possible.
UFB provides numerous programs in the areas of education, independent living, athletics, recreation, and social skills training. Our goal is to help each blind child have the experiences and skills to reach their maximum potential and live a fulfilled and productive life.
Goalball begins in January. Practice dates for children and adults will be announced in early December.
Braille Literacy Programs
UFB has new and updated braille reading programs for the 2013-14 school year. This information will be beneficial to teachers, parents and students. Find details about these programs here.
UFB Braille Magazine
UFB's Braille Magazine was a big hit it's first year. The magazine contains fun, short pieces of interesting items for Braille readers from first to twelfth grades. Many teachers have used the magazine to supplement their braille instruction with students.
We are now in our second year of publishing the UFB Braille Magazine. Don't miss the fun (sometimes dumb) jokes, interesting stories, and other material each month. Make sure you download the subscription form or send an email to UFB. There is no cost to receive this magazine for Utah students learning or using braille.
We encourage students to submit interesting material to the magazine and will even pay students if their material is published. Teachers and parents are also welcome to submit material (but, unfortunately, will not be paid).
DONATIONS to the Utah Foundation for the Blind can be made using Google Checkout. Every contribution helps us provide essential services to the blind children of Utah. Thank you for joining with us in making a difference in the lives of these children.