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The Victorian home which housed the Badger Association from 1924-1967, when the current building opened.

Celebrating 100 years of providing life-changing services to people who are blind or visually impaired.

September 1919: The Badger Association was founded by Adam Zepp, who became blind at the age of 16. The vision was to have a voice in the areas of economic, social and employment areas….

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When the Parent is Visually Impaired

A meeting for parents with vision impairment to explore the challenges, and highlight the joys, of raising children.  A panel will discuss personal experiences and how they are confronting the ways parenting can be complicated with limited vision. Visually impaired parents or prospective parents and their partners are welcome to participate. Those unable to attend in person can […]…

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Serving people throughout the state of Wisconsin, Vision Forward empowers, educates, and enhances the lives of individuals impacted by vision loss through all of life’s transitions.

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