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All participants at NBCF must have completed intake forms for the 2022-2023 school year, which can be accessed below.
If your child is new to NBCF, please call our office at (702) 735.6223 to speak with our family advocate and schedule a tour of the facility prior to registering.
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Episode Three: Navigating the Road to College
Carly interviews a soon-to-be high school graduate, Kaylynn, who wants to share her advice on navigating the road to college as a student with a visual impairment.
How ‘Eye’ See It: Brailling with Alexis
Braille is so much more than a raised alphabet; it’s the key to opening doors to a brighter future for students like Alexis.
Episode Two: Connect the Dots
For National Braille Literacy Month, Carly interviews Amari on his experience learning the tactile writing system and different kinds of Braille technology.
Episode One: Thanksgiving
Carly Lamb interviews students, Jensen and Alexis on their experiences attending Nevada Blind Children’s Foundation’s annual Thanksgiving event.
How ‘Eye’ See It: My Journey Since 2017 – Carly Lamb
A lot has changed since 2017, and I was given the opportunity to share the growth I’ve achieved since then. So much has changed in my life since I wrote that article; looking back has been wild! You never really notice how far you’ve come until you turn around and see how long the road behind you is.
How ‘Eye’ See It- Reflections of a Mother to a VI Child
Vision loss is not a forethought for many. It isn’t until it affects us or a loved one when we finally see its importance. As a mother of a visually impaired child, my life changed after my son’s diagnosis. My son, JP, has multiple eye impairments, including glaucoma, which he’s battled throughout his 13 years of life. As his…
How a Blind Photographer “Sees” the World
How does a person with visual impairments “see” the world? An even more challenging question is – how does a person with visual impairments capture that world through the lens of a camera? Photographer Chelsea Stark was born with optic nerve damage and is considered legally blind. She has a vision capacity that allows only…
How “Eye” See It – Reflections from NBCF Board Vice President Jacob Oberman
I have lived in Nevada since moving here a week after graduating college 15 years ago. Like many other college graduates, when I moved here, I was hungry to start a career and began working my way up the corporate ladder. I’m very fortunate as I am now a Senior Vice President with a…
How “Eye” See It – Reflections from NBCF Intern Shelby
My past few weeks interning with Nevada Blind Children’s Foundation, NBCF, have been beyond amazing. When I first accepted the internship offer in April, I was unsure of how I would handle being around children on a daily basis. I had no previous experience of working with children in this type of setting, and I…
How ‘Eye’ See It — Reflections from NBCF Student Carly Lamb
I have been a participant for the Nevada Blind Children’s Foundation (“NBCF”) since 2014 (this is my fourth year). As of 2016, I started learning how to become a Counselor for the younger participants through the NBCF Counselor In Training (CIT) program. Throughout the last four years, I have been involved in almost every program…