BALANCE for Blind Adults is a lively not-for-profit agency with strong roots in the community. We have more than 30 years experience training adults who are blind or partially sighted. We offer free instruction one-on-one or in a group setting. Welcome to BALANCE for Blind Adults. We are a lively non-profit agency with strong roots in the community and more than 30 years experience working with blind and vision-impaired adults. Our programs enable people with vision loss to live with dignity .
Balance for blind adults is an awesome advocate and resource for those who have visual disabilities and who have questions/needs to adress in order to overcome the many challanges that they may encounter in today's rapidly changing society! See More5/5(2). Opening doors to independent living for blind and vision-impaired adults through rehabilitation programs and community inclusion.
BY LANCE DALLEK, Ph.D. Fall incidence rates currently pose a serious health problem for older adults. Among those who are 65+, it’s estimated that 35-45% of otherwise healthy, community-dwelling adults fall at least once a year. Learn the six critical issues to consider when developing an all-inclusive strategy for optimizing balance training and fall prevention among older clients. BALANCE for Blind Adults 2340 Dundas St. West Unit G-06 Toronto, ON M6P 4A9 (416) 236-1796 0 (Local) (416) 236-4280 (Fax) [email protected] www.balancefba.org. Brief Description. BALANCE has several core services that make us unique and enable clients to live fulfilling, independent lives.
Elderly balance exercises are fun but they can also be challenging. Make sure you have a stable family member on hand when you begin to practice these exercises. You will be more confident in performing the exercises and having a helping hand to hold will allow you to better focus on maintaining your balance as you get used to the exercises. BALANCE for Blind Adults is a lively not-for-profit agency with strong roots in the community. We have more than 30 years experience training adults who are blind or partially sighted. We offer free instruction one-on-one or in a group setting. Our Operating Principles.