Welcome to the Sight Loss Support Group.

 

We offer a supportive atmosphere where individuals can adjust to loss of vision, learn what resources are available for assistance and develop strategies to regain independence. Through shared experiences and a positive approach, the SLSG helps people answer the question "What do I do now?"

 

AnNOUNCEments  

Change in the SLSG Organization

As of March 2015, we have moved out of our physical office space in State College and transitioned to a 'virtual office' configuration.  Our programs will continue without interruption; only our Contact info has changed.

Membership request form

If you would like to become a member of the SLSG, please mail the membership request form to the Sight-Loss Support Group, P.O. Box 782, Lemont, PA 16851

Upcoming Talks ANd Meetings

2nd Thursdays: the new lunch group

Eat, Share, and Connect

We have resumed our popular monthly lunch meetings, now on the second Thursday of every month, from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm, at Mt. Nittany Residences (301 Rolling Ridge Dr, State College, 16801).  

The "new and improved" lunch bunch is a joint venture of the SLSG (Sight-Loss Support Group), the BBVS (Bureau of Blind and Visual Services), and the NCSS (North Central Sight Services). Open to the general public, the lunch bunch is a social, supportive, and informative afternoon. Representatives from each of the organizations will be present at each lunch, a new topic of interest will be presented each month, and a complementary lunch is provided.

Our next three meetings are June 8, July 13, and August 10. Lunch is provided. If you need help with transportation, please contact the office. 

Steve of Bureau of Blindness and Visual Services at February 2017 Presentation

Steve of Bureau of Blindness and Visual Services at February 2017 Presentation

 

UPCOMING AUdio description events

 

Reminder: Reservations at least two weeks in advance are now required to use the free Audio-Description service. 

Note: Click photo or event title for more information.

 

For a full list of upcoming audio-described performances, or for more information on the audio-description service, please see our Audio-Description page. The Center for the Performing Arts provides a limited number of complimentary tickets under their accessibility program, and many of the local theater groups also often provide discounted tickets for our members, or allow us to audio-describe their dress rehearsal at no charge. To reserve the special tickets at the Center for the Performing Arts, call Shannon Bishop at the cpa box office, 814-865-5011.