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2nd Annual Changing What It Means To Be Blind 5K

The 2nd Annual 5K will be held Saturday, April 18, 2015 at Tom Bass Park. The 5K benefits the TPOBC, Texas Parents of Blind Children, which provides children vital support, encouragement, and promotes blindness skills, fostering self-esteem, and utilizing blind adult role models to build a solid foundation for a productive life with maximum independence.   more...
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My Child is Blind:
What Do I Do First?

When I found out that my child was blind, I was panicked. What do I do? Who can help me? Where is the manual? I searched for resources, but I was overwhelmed. What I really wanted was a list to get me started on the most important things first.   more...

NFB Braille Readers Are Leaders Contest

This is a national contest for students who read Braille, K-12 grades, and adults. The purpose of the program is to promote the joy of reading for pleasure, to promote Braille as a viable literacy medium equal to print, and to demonstrate the importance of independent reading in the development of Braille literacy skills.   more...

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Mission Statement:

A non-profit membership organization of parents and friends of blind children and youth working together to ensure the best possible future for our blind youth by: promoting blindness skills, fostering self-esteem, and utilizing blind adult role models to build a solid foundation for a productive life with the maximum independence.

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TPOBC is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization - PO Box 125, Friendswood, Tx. 77549-0125