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http://www.bbg.org

Brooklyn Botanic Garden is committed to making its exhibitions, programs and services accessible to all who visit, and is working to make its gardens and facilities accessible. However, due to the historic nature of much of the Garden, some areas may present challenges to those with ambulatory disabilities.

Created in 1955 and enjoyed by all visitors to Brooklyn Botanic Garden, the Alice Recknagel Ireys Fragrance Garden was the first garden in the country designed for the sight-impaired. A stroll through the Alice Recknagel Ireys Fragrance Garden is an indulgence of all the senses. Visitors to this peaceful, intimate garden are encouraged to touch and smell the plants. Braille labels identify the specimens, which grow in raised beds at just the right height for people in wheelchairs. Garden beds are arranged by theme: Plants with Scented Leaves, Plants for Touch, Fragrant Flowers, and Kitchen Herbs.

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http://www.nycib.org

Located in the heart of Brooklyn, NYCIB is the only company providing on-site "real world" employment opportunities for blind and partially sighted men and women in the greater New York City area.

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http://www.hknc.org

The mission of the Helen Keller National Center for Deaf-Blind Youths and Adults is to enable each person who is deaf-blind to live and work in his or her community of choice.



Authorized by an Act of Congress in 1967, the Helen Keller National Center for Deaf-Blind Youths and Adults (HKNC) is a national rehabilitation program serving youth and adults who are deaf-blind.

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http://insightfornewhousing.org

Insight For New Housing Inc. is a New York non-profit organization bringing a truly new concept in living environments to the region's blind and visually impaired community.

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http://hftb.org

Self-help website for those experiencing vision loss/blindness. Also has searchable database of resources for the blind and those with low vision. Accepts donations of cars, boats and RVs in the continental US to fund operations

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