Miami Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired


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Miami Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired offers comprehensive services to all ages, leading to independence and successful living, including: Children’s Services (birth through age 13), Pre-Employment Transition Services (14 – 22), and Adult Services (22+). 
Miami Lighthouse Vision Solution Center provides on-site low vision examinations, Occupational Therapy and adaptive aids and devices. In addition, the Senior Group Health and Activities program maintains an active lifestyle for older adults with vision loss after they have received training.   The Miami Lighthouse Music Program is an inclusive, innovative targeting both sighted and visually impaired young adults, and  the Heiken Program allows needy children to get prescription glasses free of charge.

Contact Miami Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired

601 Southwest 8th Avenue, Miami, FL, USA

Serving the Following Counties: Miami-Dade, Monroe

Contact Name: Case Manager
Tel: 305-856-2288
Email:

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601 Southwest 8th Avenue, Miami, FL, USA

Serving the Following Counties: Miami-Dade, Monroe

Contact Name: Case Manager
Tel: 305-856-2288
Email:

Get Directions

Miami Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired offers comprehensive services to all ages, leading to independence and successful living, including: Children’s Services (birth through age 13), Pre-Employment Transition Services (14 – 22), and Adult Services (22+). 
Miami Lighthouse Vision Solution Center provides on-site low vision examinations, Occupational Therapy and adaptive aids and devices. In addition, the Senior Group Health and Activities program maintains an active lifestyle for older adults with vision loss after they have received training.   The Miami Lighthouse Music Program is an inclusive, innovative targeting both sighted and visually impaired young adults, and  the Heiken Program allows needy children to get prescription glasses free of charge.

Blue icon representing infant age

Babies

  • Sensory Development
  • School Readiness
  • Safe Movement and Orientation
  • Communication Skills
  • Family Counseling
  • Multiple Handicaps
Green/teal icon representing youth age

Children & Teens

  • Sensory Development
  • Independent Living Skills
  • Augmented Computers and Technology
  • Safe Travel Skills and White Cane Use
  • Family and Social Support
  • Multiple Handicaps
Yellow icon representing workforce age

Workforce

  • Independent Living Skills
  • Augmented Computers and Technology
  • Safe Travel Skills and White Cane Use
  • Job Readiness Skills
  • Counseling
  • Multiple Handicaps
Burgundy icon representing elderly age

Older Adults

  • Independent Living Skills
  • Augmented Computers and Technology
  • Safe Travel Skills and White Cane Use
  • Efficient Use of Low Vision
  • Case Management
  • Multiple Handicaps

Contact Miami Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired