Disability Services
Washington State Services for the Blind
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This program can provide you with special services if you are blind or have low vision. The Department of Services for the Blind offers help with working, independent living, and children's services. You can get counseling about the skills you need to remain independent in your home and adjust to challenges you meet on a daily basis.

The types of services you can get may vary depending on where you live and your personal needs. Services may include:

  • Help with developing coping skills
  • Independent living education
  • Job counseling
  • Advice about adaptive devices

How do I apply?

To find out how to apply for this program, contact your local office.

Frequently Asked Questions

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