| Serving Southern Luzerne, Carbon, and Schuylkill Counties |

Our Story

Community Services for Sight offers a variety of services to help our customers remain independent in their communities. These services include door to door transportation to and from all medical appointments; our friendly, courteous drivers will help you from the door of your home into our an and into the doctor’s office. The same caring, compassionate services will be received on your return home. We also provide in home support services such as assistance with reading and organizing mail, check writing, balancing check books, compiling shopping lists, filling out forms or applications, labeling and organizing household items.

The Specialized Services program is designed to assist individuals who are blind or visually impaired of any age to maintain independence in their home and community. Services provided under this contract are Transportation/Escort, Support Services, andLife Skills Education. Transportation/Escort is provided to enable a customer to safely reach facilities and essential community resources for such reach medical facilities and essential community resources for such purposes as banking, shopping, receipt of support services, and material assistance.

Support Services- Support Services are provided in accordance with the need of theindividual customer. The services involve the provision of minor tasks that will enablecustomers to remain in their own homes and can include activities such as assistance with preparing shopping lists and with shopping

Assistance with personal business such as reading mail, paying bills, budgeting,handling correspondence, filing applications for benefits and other essential errands

Assistance in labeling organizing and storage

Marking or adjusting household appliances and equipment subsequent to professionalinstruction Secondary support service essential to the customer’s well being such assnow and ice removal and minor household repairs.

Life Skills Education and Support Group help customers understand, compensate for,and adjust to their vision loss. Life Skills Education includes education on blindnessrelated issues such as community awareness/resources, banking options, diabeticeducation, crime prevention, sensory development, self esteem building, self advocacy,peer support, assertiveness training, emergency first aid, product information, lowvision product information, stress management and other topic to assist the customer inadjusting their visual loss. Support Groups are forums for sharing ideas, exchange offeelings and practical experiences and sharing practical information among members.