Did you know that the Westmoreland County Blind Association can assist with your business needs? We provide services that include bulk mailing, mail coalition, product packaging, and general light assembly. Give us a call today at 724-837-1250 ext 17 for more details.
Visit our commercial services page to see a few additional offerings for your business.
The Westmoreland County Blind Association is pleased to announce that we are accepting new customers for our State of the Art Cutting Machine. Our Eastman Raptor Digital Cutting Machine is designed to cut a large quantity of custom patterns out of raw material with precise measurements.
We are currently performing 3 different precision cut projects for the U.S. Military. No job is too BIG or too small. Please call our agency at 724-837-1250 to contact Deann Wallbaum or Don Tasser to discuss project details.
Thanks to everyone for your mask orders and donations! Your support has been amazing.
We still have masks available for purchase! Please call our agency at 724-837-1250 ext 12 to place your order Monday-Friday between 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. If you reach voicemail leave your name, phone number, email address and the quantity of masks you are requesting. We will call you when your order is ready for pick up.
Here is a little more info:
- The masks tie in the back
- All masks are the same size
- No patterns are available
- The color of the mask and string may change as we get new materials in
Click HERE to make a donation to the Westmoreland County Blind Association today.
We are manufacturing thousands of washable, reusable masks for purchase to help assist with the need for personal protective equipment (PPE) to members of our community. In celebration of #GivingTuesdayNow please consider clicking HERE to make a small donation to the WCBA to help support this and our current remote programs. Thanks!
Want to learn more about the WCBA and see what we’ve been up to this past year? You can click the image below to download our annual report!
Here are a few of the photos from our Spring Open House. Thanks to everyone who attended and helped up celebrate “National Day For Choice”! Please visit our Facebook page to view the photo album.
March is Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD) Awareness Month. Join the IDD awareness committee in Center Court at Westmoreland Mall on March 2nd from 11am-3pm for a celebration of “Health and Wellness”.
They’ll be sharing resources and activities while celebrating diversity and community integration. Attendees can also participate in interactive games and demonstrations for people of all ages!
Download the flyer below or visit http://westmorelandiddawareness.weebly.com to learn more.
Our Adult Training Facility (ATF) Program enjoyed an interactive day at the Carnegie Science Center. Everyone had a wonderful time! Visit our Facebook page to see the photo album of our trip.
The WCBA’s Summer Newsletter is here! You can click the image below to see what we’ve been up. The newsletter features a recap of recent events, awards and other activities as well as updates from our work activity center, adult training facility, embroidery department and more!
We are currently accepting new patients for our Low Vision Services with Dr. Chris Cakanac OD, FAAO our Low Vision Doctor.
Together with Dr. Chris Cakanac we have been providing low vision services to the visually impaired for over 20 years.
Dr. Cakanac uses the latest technology in visual aids during his exam to ensure that you live a more independent lifestyle. Often times he is able to prescribe visual aids that enable patients to read, watch television and enjoy life out in the community as well.
If you or someone you know is living with Low Vision, we are here to help
Simply call 724-837-1250 and ask for Deann to schedule an appointment to see Dr. Chris Cakanac
We take all referrals from Family Eye Doctors and Physicians.