Northern Lights Chapter Resources

Books

Coping with Vision Loss: Maximizing What You Can See and Do
by Bill Chapman and Dr. Dr. Lin Moore (Paperback - Mar 30, 2001)

Coping With Vision Loss: Understanding the Psychological, Social, and Spiritual Effects
by Cheryl Colby Langdell (Hardcover - Jun 30, 2009)

Journey toward blindness: Personal reflections on coping with the loss of vision
by W. Levon Moore (Paperback - 1997)

Coping With Sight Loss: The Vision Resource Book
by Fran A. Weisse and Mimi Winer (Paperback - Jun 1981)

The Madness of Usher's: Coping With Vision and Hearing Loss/Usher Syndrome Type II (Business of Living Series)
by Dorothy H. Stiefel and Richard A. Lewis (Paperback - Feb 1991)

Lost Eye: Coping with Monocular Vision after Enucleation or Eye Loss from Cancer, Accident, or Disease
by Jay Adkisson (Paperback - April 21, 2006)

Dealing With Vision Loss
by Fredrick A. Olver (Paperback - Aug 9, 2007)

Macular Disease: Practical Strategies for Living with Vision Loss
by Peggy R. Wolfe 2nd edition (Paperback - August 1, 2011) - Large Print

Macular Degeneration : Living Positively with Vision Loss
by Betty Wason, Betty Watson, and James J. McMillan (Paperback - Dec 1998)

Out of the Corner of My Eye : Living With Vision Loss in Later Life (Large Print)
by Nicolette Pernot Ringgold (Paperback - May 1, 1991) - Large Print

Driving With Confidence: A Practical Guide to Driving With Low Vision
by Eli Peli and Doron Peli (Paperback - Jan 31, 2002)

Coping with Physical Loss and Disability: A Workbook (New Horizons in Therapy)
by Rick Ritter (Paperback - Oct 15, 2005)

Coping with Macular Degeneration
by Patricia Gilbert (Paperback - Jun 15, 2006)

The Therapist's Notebook for Family Health Care: Homework, Handouts, and Activities for Individuals, Couples, and Families Coping With Illness, Loss, and ... Practical Practice in Mental Health)
by Deanna Linville and Katherine M. Hertlein (Paperback - Sep 1, 2007)

Women With Disabilities: Found Voices
by Mary Willmuth and Lillian Holcomb (Hardcover - Mar 7, 1994)

Coping With Vision Disorders
by Debbie Stanley (Library Binding - Dec 2000)


Blind Inc.
We teach the skills that blind people need to become independent and employable such as Braille, home management, the use of the white cane, and computers with screen reading software, etc. But just as importantly, we instill in our students the confidence to put these skills into practice.

100 E. 22nd St.
Minneapolis MN 55404
(612) 872-0100

DeafBlind Services Minnesota
DeafBlind Services Minnesota is dedicated to serving deafblind children, adults and their families throughout the state of Minnesota to achieve their highest level of independence.

1936 Lyndale Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55403
Telephone: (612) 362-8454
TTY: (612) 362-8422

The Low Vision Store
2200 University Avenue W.
Suite 200
St. Paul, MN 55114
800-871-8780
terry@thelowvisionstore.com

Minnesota State Services for the Blind
The State Services for the Blind (SSB) provides programs and services for Minnesotans of any age who have a vision loss that creates a barrier to their vocational or personal independence.

2200 University Avenue West, Suite 240
St. Paul, MN 55114-1840
(651) 642-0500 (Voice) 1-800-652-9000
TTY: (651) 642-0506 (TTY) 1-888-665-3276

Minnesota DeafBlind Association
MDBA has been assisting people who are DeafBlind and their families regaining and maintaining personal independence and healthy interdependence.

1821 University Avenue West
Suite S-117
St. Paul, MN 55104
(651) 647-6564 Voice/TTY

Minnesota’s Online Resource About Combined Vision and Hearing Loss (online only)

Minnesota Low Vision
Locations:
Phillips Eye Institute
710 E 24th Street, #203
Minneapolis, MN 55404
612-775-8967
651-489-4194 (24 Hour)
800-505-7318 (Toll Free)

821 3rd Avenue SE, #75
Rochester, MN 55904-7300
507-282-7512
800-505-7318 (Toll Free)

National Association of Parents of Children with Visual Impairments
For parents of visually impaired children. Its goal is to provide families impacted by visual impairments with emotional support, education, outreach programs, and advocacy

National Federation of the Blind of Minnesota
We have learned that the real problem of blindness is not loss of eyesight, but the fear and misunderstandings that surround it. We believe that, if given training and opportunity, blind people can live full and productive lives.

100 East 22nd Street
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55404
(612) 872-9363

State Services for the Blind
Minnesota Dept. of Employment and Economic Development
2200 University Avenue W., Suite 240
St. Paul, MN 55114-1840
Voice: 651-642-0500
TTY: 651-642-0506
Toll Free: 800-652-9000
Toll Free TTY: 888-665-3276

Vision Loss Resources
The mission of Vision Loss Resources is to assist people who are blind or visually impaired in achieving their full potential and to enrich the lives of all persons affected by blindness or vision loss.

1936 Lyndale Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55403
(612) 871-2222

VSA Minnesota
VSA arts of Minnesota works to create a community where people with disabilities can learn through, participate in and access the arts.

The Cowles Center for Dance and Performing Arts
528 Hennepin Avenue
Suite 305
Minneapolis, MN55403
612-332-3888