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Agencies Serving Blind & Partially Sighted People

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Kauno Prano Daunio Akluju ir Silpnaregiu Ugdymo Centras
(Kaunas Pranas Daunys' Educational Centre for the Blind and Visually Impaired) 
Taikos pr. 6a, Kaunas LT-50188, Lithuania.
Contact person: Janina Stuopeliene, Headmaster
Tel: +370 37 33 18 24
Fax: +370 37 33 18 24
Activities: A multipurpose municipal budgetary educational institution providing typhlopedagogical support and accessible educational services to people who are visually impaired from birth to mature age, and primary and lower secondary education for visually impaired pupils from all over Lithuania.

Lietuvos Akluju Biblioteka (LAB)
(Lithuanian Library for the Blind)
Skroblu st. 10, Vilnius 03142, Lithuania.
Contact person: Dr Rasa Januseviciene, Director
Tel: +370 5 215 06 10
Fax: +370 5 215 06 11
The main tasks are to meet literary and information demands of the Lithuanian blind, visually impaired and print disabled people; to contribute more actively to the educational, cultural and rehabilitation processes of the blind. In order to meet these tasks, the Lithuanian Library for the Blind forms a universal stock of special literature, consisting of talking books, books in braille, large print and orinary print, periodical publications, music, digital material and tactile books. The Lithuanian Blindness History museum operates within the library structure.

Lietuvos Akluju ir Silpnaregiu Sajunga (LASS)
(Lithuanian Association of the Blind and Visually Handicapped)
Labdariu 7/11, Vilnius, 01120, Lithuania.
Contact person: Sigitas Armonas, Chairman
Tel: +370 5 262 4866
Fax: +370 5 278 4387
Activities: LASS unites people with visual disability; Cooperates with governmental institutions, seeks for adoption of acts favourable to people with visual disability; Assists the Government eliminating problems of the visually disabled. Prepares and implements programmes in such fields as rehabilitation, upbringing, occupational training and employment, adapted technology provision, health education, etc.; Aims to achieve the true integration of the blind and visually impaired into the open society; Seeks to adapt surroundings for people with visual disability; Publishes various publications for visually disabled people, cares for proper library services for them, and informs the general public.

Lietuvos Akluju ir Silpnaregiu Ugdymo Centras
(Lithuanian Education Centre for the Blind and Visually Impaired)
Ateities 44, LT-06329 Vilnius, Lithuania.
Contact person: Angele DaujotienÄ—, Director
Tel: +370 5248 4100
Fax: +370 5248 4100
Activities: Kindergarten and secondary school for the blind and visually impaired pupils (gymnasium); Also has social training and medical service departments and a library of special literature. Provides early intervention and rehabilitation, and shares expert knowlege with teachers of ordinary schools all over Lithuania. 



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