Low Vision Resources

Providing Assistance & Protecting Rights

We provide services and resources focused on low vision and blindness to break down barriers and improve life for people with sight challenges.

Reporting and taking action in situations that violate the rights of those with low vision or blindness can require money and legal representation. However, many with sight challenges don’t have access to that type of help or the money to do so.

If lack of money or legal representation prevents you from acting on discrimination or rights violations, we provide free financial and competent legal assistance. Depending on the situation and need, AccessAmerica can form a team of local advocates and attorneys who can help protect your rights and quickly connect you with the resources you need.

Low vision resources help with:

  • Fair housing violations
  • Mobility issues in public building and facilities
  • Disability rights and discrimination
  • Insuring access to technology and other electronic services

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Get Assistance Now

If money or legal representation prevents you from acting on discrimination or rights violations, this program provides free financial or legal assistance.
Our volunteers review each and every request and will respond to you within 7 days.

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Creating Global Awareness

Change only occurs through awareness. Unless you or someone close to you lives with a disability, it’s easy to take mobility and access for granted. By creating global awareness, everyone can become an advocate for improving quality of life for all.

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Low Vision Resources

We break down barriers for people with sight challenges. This helpful, and even life-changing group offers resources and support, including advocacy, legal representation and financial assistance to those affected by low vision and blindness.

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Accessibility Evaluators

Join our network of advocates that conducts field research and tests accessibility. Walk public spaces in a disabled person’s shoes. If you suspect ADA violations, documenting and reporting them helps make communities accessible to all.

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