Month: December 2022

  • In Memoriam Scott LaBarre: A Statement on his Passing

    Scott LaBarre at the podium

    The following message is from the National Federation of the Blind, the National Federation of the Blind of Colorado, and the Colorado Center for the Blind. It has been a difficult year of loss for the circle of friendship we share in our movement. We regretfully share the devastating loss of Scott LaBarre, who passed…


  • We Believe In Our Students’ Dreams

    A view down the table of blind youth getting hands on experience making simple circuits

     Support Us Today You can’t pursue your dreams without first believing you can. With your support on Colorado Gives Day today, we’ll continue to work to confront the problem of low expectations for blind people in education, employment, and virtually every aspect of our lives. We teach our blind students skills, imbue them with self-confidence,…


  • This Is Positive Blindness Training at Work!

    Rhonda uses an oscilating power sander in style, wearing a shop apron and long gold earrings!

    As we come to you for support for Colorado Gives Day on Dec. 6, we want to share with you some of our excitement and pride in the growth and accomplishments of our students this past year. Blindness finds us in different ways and at different times of our lives. But what all of our…


  • We’re thankful for each other.

    Maureen, David, and Logan Looking at Artwork at at Shared Visions ACC-CCB Tactile Art Show 11-2022

    And we are thankful for your support on Colorado Gives Day, Tuesday, Dec. 6! The Colorado Center for the Blind is a training center and community of blind and low vision people proudly affiliated with the National Federation of the Blind. We believe blind people can do anything. Every day, we encourage and challenge each student—and…


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