Educating and Encouraging Since 1936

A blind woman in a black shirt standing outside a brick building and holding her white cane upright in front of her.

Are you a person with vision loss?
Do you know someone with vision loss?
There is help.

The North Dakota Association of the Blind is a volunteer organization that has been educating and encouraging people who are blind since 1936. We strive to enhance the way of life for people who are blind or visually impaired, to encourage employment opportunities, and to educate the public about sight loss.

Our vision is for all North Dakotans who are blind or visually impaired to live fulfilling, independent lives!

Support

If you want to share your daily challenges or get ideas on how to complete a task using reduced or no vision, local support groups are available offering mentoring and support. Learn more about support groups here.

Educate

For students who are pursuing further education, NDAB has scholarships. Learn more here. We are here to help make life more livable.

NDAB provides assistance with learning adaptive daily living skills, and alternative leisure activities. We organize and run a week-long camp where these skills can be developed. Learn more about camp here.

Advocate

We also promote the awareness of sight loss through lobbying, fund raising, and conventions. Without fund raising or donations, NDAB would fail in its mission. If you want to help, you can become a member, or make a donation.

If you want to hear what our members think of NDAB, then watch the video below:


News

Upcoming Events

Event Date More Info
Giving Hearts Day february 10
ACB’s D.C. Leadership Conference in Alexandria, Virginia March 11-15 Coming soon
NDVS/SB Adult Week Programming in Grand Forks March 20-25
NDVS/SB Adult Week Programming in Grand Forks May 15-20
NDVS/SB Adult Week Programming in Grand Forks June 5-10
NDAB Convention in Fargo June 10-12 More Info coming soon.
ACB Convention in Omaha, Nebraska July 1-8 More Info coming soon.
NDAB Camp at Camp Grassick August 7-15 Camp info here.
White Cane Safety Day October 15
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