Preschool Services for the Visually Impaired to Open a Resource Center – Inside Indiana Business

The Simon and Estelle Knoble Family Resource Center (photo courtesy of Visually Impaired Preschool Services)

Indiana Preschool Services for the Visually Impaired will celebrate the opening of the Simon and Estelle Knoble Family Resource Center near downtown Indianapolis on Thursday. The nonprofit says the center will be the Hoosier State’s first physical space for children birth to three with visual impairments.

The nonprofit, which provides services to children who are blind or visually impaired, says the center will act as a hub for parents to receive resources and programs, and enable on-site therapy.


  • (photo courtesy of Preschool Services for the Visually Impaired)

  • (photo courtesy of Preschool Services for the Visually Impaired)

The center is located on the first floor of Line Lofts, an affordable multi-family housing development for low-income seniors and visually impaired adults.

The organization says the center will eventually allow it to expand its services and serve more children with vision loss.

The nonprofit plans to hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday to mark the opening.

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