The management, staff and volunteers of our organization consider it important to develop a positive attitude and attitude to the eyes of all people in all sections of society, so we place special emphasis on sensitizing and informing the "intact" society. Throughout our programs, we strive to bring participants closer to blind and partially sighted people to realize that people with disabilities are primarily people and only secondarily disabled. With our programs we have already appeared in many general and secondary schools as well as in other community events.
The opportunity for rent is available to our visually impaired and supportive members (condition is the membership fee). Lending tools allow you to try them for a long time in their own environment, in different situations and in light. This avoids the improper purchase of special, expensive devices and can be selected under the most appropriate and safe conditions.
Information and assistance
Disability pension, rehabilitation care, disability support, public health care, social benefits, tender application forms, editing and checking Braille signage.
Collective and individual interest protection
Advice on physical and info-communication accessibility and on opportunity for equal access. Mental health counseling.
Club afternoons, trips, theatre and concert visits, arrangement of discounted tickets, other events.
NVDA screen reader usage, computer usage and basic Internet knowledge (search, administration, safe use), basic text editing, electronic mail. Training is specifically designed to support home and office work efficiently and improve job placement and catching up.
The logic of the operation of the legal aid service: the client's legal question will be searched for by our association and will be accepted by the postgraduate student at the Faculty of Law and Law Faculty of the University of Szeged at the Association's office. After consultation, the student will consult with the university's designated lawyer who, in answering it, will help solve the problem.