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Support Groups

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Find support, make connections and discover new possibilities.

If you’re looking for an opportunity to talk with others who have experienced vision loss, consider joining one of the groups offered through Vision Forward. Contact Erica Weise, social worker, 414-615-0163 or , with questions or to sign up. We currently have groups for teens, adults, adults with partial vision loss and older adults.  Ideas for additional groups are welcome.

For Parents of Children with Vision Loss

Monthly support and education meetings are held to provide families with opportunities to better understand their child’s special needs and strengths, find out about available community resources and learn to advocate for their child’s future. Parent mentors also offer support on an individual basis.

For Adults with Vision Loss and Family Members

Vision Forward offers a weekly daytime session to help adults of all ages and at all stages of vision loss and their family members, cope with the emotional impact of vision loss. Participants will build coping skills, learn practical strategies for completing tasks, and discover resources available to help make adjusting to vision loss easier.

For Adults with Vision Loss

Regular monthly evening support groups are held for adults with low vision. Participants gather to share experiences and gain new awareness and approaches to managing the challenges of life with vision impairment. Family members are welcome to participate.

Additional Low Vision Support Options

In addition to Vision Forward, there may be other supportive groups in your community.  Please contact Erica Weise, information below, for a listing of additional groups.

Learn More about our Support Groups

Contact Erica Weise, Social Worker
414-615-0163 or