Timberline Lions Club, Wrightwood, California 92307

Timberline Lions

Local landmark in Wrightwood, Ca
Lions-We Serve

Resources for the Blind

  • California Council of the Blind
    High-Desert Chapter
    P.O.Box 3236
    Victorville, Ca 92393

  • Mobility and Canes
    • Lori Schow - Mobility Canes & Mobility Training

    • Rolling Start, Inc.
      15550 Main Street, C-12
      Hesperia, Ca 92345
      760-949-7626 (Angie)
      Help with canes, technology, resources, filling out and explaining paperwork.

  • Transportation
    • Victor Valley Transit Authority
      Bethany Hagen-Lead Travel Trainer
      17150 Smoke Tree St.
      Hesperia, Ca 92345

    • ADARide.com
      19300 S. Hamilton Ave., Suite 120
      Gardena, Ca 90248
      Application Required. They come to your house, pick you up and return you home.

    • Victor Valley Community Services Council
      16692 Mojave Drive
      Victorville, Ca
      Transportation and various other services. Ask for Midge Nicosia

  • Recreation, Support & Tech
    • California Council of the Blind
      VV Chapter - Brad Hogarty, President
      760-240-4671 for Support & Information

    • Lighthouse for the Blind
      359 E. Parkcenter Circle S.
      San Bernardino, Ca 92408
      909-884-3121 - Sandra Wood
      Classes, Support, Field Trips

    • Braille Institute Library Services
      Attn: Library Registration
      741 N. Vermont Ave.
      Los Angeles, Ca 90029-3594
      App Required
      800-808-2555 for books

    • Braille Institute Bus, once a month
      Christie-Low Vision Specialist
      free Exam & help with Tech.
      760-321-1111 in Rancho Mirage

    • Los Angeles Public Library
      Call for application, books and equipment.

  • Disabled Display Placard   www.dmv.ca.gov

  • Lions Low Vision Services L.O.V.E. Program
    The L.O.V.E. Program, in cooperation with the University Eye Center at Los Angeles and Marshall B. Ketchum University offers complete vision care including such specialties as low vision devices and vision therapy. Patients of the program receive complete vision examinations and prescribed correction and treatment.
    Patients receive top quality services from University Eye Center, a teaching clinic staffed by optometrists, ophthalmologists, college interns and a complete office personnel.
    The program offered through the center makes available a loaner library of special Low Vision Devices, prescription glasses, contact lenses and vision therapy services. The center has over a hundred years of experience in identifying and solving the diverse problems of patients seen in private and clinical practice.

  • Guide Dogs of the Desert
    Provides custom trained guide dogs for the blind, and for those with special needs, for safe mobility, companionship, and independence.

Timberline Lions Club
P.O. Box nnn, Wrightwood, California 92397
Email: info@timberlinelions.com

Last update: 22 November, 2022

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