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Last Updated On: 11/23/2015
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Pennsylvania Association for the Blind, Indiana County Office

Contact Information

Contact Person(s)

Mariann McGee - Caseworker

Contact Number(s)

724-397-4054 - Phone Number

Contact Email(s)

mmcgee@wcbainpa.org

Primary Address

Pennsylvania Association for the Blind, Indiana County Office
P.O. Box 209
Home, PA, 15747

Additional Addresses

Pennsylvania Association for the Blind
555 Gettysburg Pike
Suite A300
Mechanicsburg, PA, 17055

Service Information

Service Area

Indiana County

Service Description

Prevention Education - to aid in the preservation and improvement of sight by instilling a commitment to eye safety. Also, by emphasizing the importance of periodic eye care in the early detection of specific, undiagnosed problems which could result in unnecessary visual impairment.

Consultation and Education - to disperse information through speaking engagements, inservice training and multi-media educational alerts.

Employment Guidance - to assist eligible visually impaired individuals with finding resources.

Casework (Case Management/Service Planning) - to ensure the provision of service selected by the client on a comprehensive and coordinated basis.

Vision Screenings

Fees/Cost for Services

None

Eligibility Requirements

Casework services: Must meet guidelines for legal blindness. Financial assistance: For eye exams and/or eyeglasses only. Must need glasses for activities of daily living, no insurance for vision care and low income. Vision Screening and educational programs: Available to general public. guidelines.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments

Please call 724-397-4054to arrange an appointment or email us at: mmcgeeindiana@pablind.org

Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available

Yes

Volunteer Use

Yes

Volunteer Need

Yes

Volunteer Description

Volunteers are always needed to assist with vision screening and fundraising activities.