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Celebrating 40 Years of Anchor Center

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2022-2023 Annual Report

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CU Ophthalmologists Bring Ocular Health Expertise to Denver’s Anchor Center for Blind and Visually Impaired Children

Anchor Center for Blind Children

We are the only 501(c)(3) non-profit pediatric blindness organization in Colorado (and one of just a handful in the entire nation) that provides exceptional, high-quality early intervention; special education; developmental assessment and therapy (e.g., occupational, speech-language); and supportive family engagement and coaching for blind children during their most formative years of development: birth to age five.

EIN 84-0893509

Our Programs & Services

Anchor Center for Blind Children is a nationally recognized, private nonprofit agency. Our early intervention and education services foster the full potential of children who are blind or visually impaired.

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By supporting Anchor Center, you give children and families hope and a chance to triumph. You are helping us transform lives every day.

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Pediatric Visual Impairment Research

Hear from our experts about the latest research projects and other resources.

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Anchor Center's New Strategic Plan

Learn more about our new strategic plan and goals which will guide our organizational efforts over the next five years.

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We provide hope and inspiration for families. Located in Denver, CO, our professional team provides comprehensive services for children who are blind or visually impaired. Join us - together, we help children thrive.

Anchor Center changed our lives forever. It is our community, our support, and a home away from home. It is a place where the dignity and potential of every child is respected.

ERIN, PATRICK’S MOM