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A visually-impaired man with glasses interacts with a black dog cradled in his arms.

Conklin Davis Center’s  Supported Living Program offers a broad range of services to support adults who are blind with additional disabilities to live in their own homes in the community, rather than in an institutional setting such as an assisted living home or a nursing home . The support can range from basic help with household tasks, such as cleaning and cooking, to more complex assistance with managing bills, social security, shopping, appointments or other personal tasks.

Multi-handicapped blind students who graduate from the Supported Employment and program or the residential program and are living in the community in their own apartment can receive supported living services indefinitely. Supported Living Specialists visit them in their homes on a continuous basis weekly, monthly or as the need arises.

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