Our goal is to enable those who are blind or have low vision to achieve independence. We educate, empower and employ; providing training and guidance to our clients and the communities we serve.
Cleveland Sight Center (CSC) has served the needs of Northeast Ohio residents who are blind or have low vision for over a century. CSC offers developmental, rehabilitation and vocational services to ensure success in today’s society.
The services are targeted for all age groups. Our team of optometrists, therapists, employment specialists and other CSC staff are dedicated to assisting our clients live their lives to the fullest. Through education, recreation, training and assistive technology, CSC provides opportunities for those who are blind or have low vision to engage in activities and optimize remaining eyesight.
Why We Are Here
Our mission is to empower people who are blind or who have limited vision to reach their full potential and to shape the community's vision of their potential.
CSC understands the fears and anxieties associated with the loss of eyesight. We are committed to helping our clients achieve ambitions and goals that they may have thought were unrealistic because of vision loss. CSC is where you can be yourself and become part of an extended family whose members are coping every day with blindness and low vision.
RTA supports the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) (link is external), which was created in 1990 to ensure the rights of disabled persons across the nation.
All RTA buses, trains, trolleys and HealthLine vehicles are ADA-compliant. Major rail stations and passenger facilities are either ADA-compliant, or on a multi-year construction schedule for upgrades.
Even if a rail station is compliant, gaps may develop between the platform edge and the rail car edge. Operators have been trained to use a special ramp that covers those gaps. If you believe you will have difficulty boarding, ask the rail operator to put down the ramp.
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Disabled persons are represented on RTA’s Board of Trustees, as well as a volunteer body, the Citizens Advisory Board. Both groups meet monthly, and work to ensure that the needs of disabled persons are addressed.
Felicia Brooks-Williams is the Manager of Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) and the ADA program. If you have questions or concerns about ADA or EEO, call her at 216-566-5068.
We are there for you for every generation:
We put your needs first and treat you the same way we would treat our own loved ones.
Patients who have been coming to us since childhood often return as adults and with children of their own. Our members stay with us because we know how to take care of their medical needs and have the tools and resources to help keep their family healthy today and always.
Did you know Molina Healthcare is led by a physician and Molina family members remain in leadership roles at the company? Today, J. Mario Molina, MD (a son of the founder C. David Molina, MD), who made his start sweeping Molina Medical Clinic floors as a child, now serves as company president and CEO.
The MetroHealth System is one of the largest, most comprehensive health care providers in Northeast Ohio, serving the medical needs of the Greater Cleveland community since 1837.
We are committed to responding to community needs, improving the health status of our region, and controlling health care costs. As a public healthcare system, we hold as a core value the provision of services to any resident of Cuyahoga County, regardless of ability to pay.
How MetroHealth Defines Diversity
Any dimension that can be used to differentiate groups and people from one another; including their race, ethnicity, language, culture, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, socio-economic status, physical or mental ability or disability, and others.
How MetroHealth Defines Inclusion
An organizational culture that connects each employee to the organization, encourages collaboration, flexibility, and fairness; and leverages diversity throughout the organization, so that all individuals are able to participate and contribute to their full potential.
Cleveland Local Resources
Sighted Guide Ohio created a section just for people who locally live in the surrounding areas of Cleveland, OH and that are visually impaired or blind and are in need of resources and services to be independent, successful and responsible in life. SGO is here is create awareness and help people understand more about people that are visually impaired or blind. If there is something you are looking for and can not find it on our website. Please feel free to let me know and I will find it
Please check out the links below locally for Cleveland