UFB offers a variety of camps that provide participants an opportunity try new activities, challenge their boundaries, learn independent living skills, gain confidence, make new friends, and have fun!
Braille programs include a summer camp, year-long challenges to make practice time at home more fun, and an annual regional Braille Challenge. Braille literacy is essential for building to further academic success.
Expanded Core Curriculum
To equip UFB kids with as many skills as possible, we provide college and career preparation programs, daily living skills instruction, social skills training and more.
Physical education is an important part of growing up to become healthy, independent adults. We offer year-round practices, teams, tournaments, and a summer Sports Camp.
Mission and vision
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.
Percent of kids reaching their camp goals in 2015