According to Prevent Blindness North Carolina, more than 25,000 preschoolers and close to 350,000 school-age children have visual problems. Children like seven-year-old Aiden Bradley who was born with vision challenges and whose family struggled for many years to find resources that would help make the most of what vision he did have.

“It was very frustrating for me as a parent not to be able to immediately connect him with the services he needed,” said Aiden’s mom Amanda. “We saw countless specialists before we finally found our answer at the Community Low Vision Center in Winston-Salem.”

The Community Low Vision Center (CLVC) is operated by nonprofit IFB Solutions, headquartered in Winston-Salem, the largest employer of people who are blind in the country.

Read more about Aiden’s story and the Community Low Vision Center.