Anchor Center for Blind Children teaches visually impaired infants, young children and their families, providing hope and a nurturing environment where children reach their highest potential.
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Julie McAndrews Mork Building

Constructed in 2007, Anchor Center for Blind Children's Julie McAndrews Mork Building is a unique facility designed specifically for teaching very young children with vision impairments.

It includes lights, textures, sounds, a Sensory Garden with water feature and sculptures, Cane Walk Lane for cane training and Braille Trail for walking or riding a tricycle.

The spacious Grand Hallway gives children a sense of security so that they can walk down the hall without fear of getting bumped. The building's way-finding features help children find classrooms and give them confidence in their ability to navigate the world.

Anchor Center's facility is truly a place of magic, wonder, fun and joy. It sets the stage for children's successful transition into public school and a life well lived.

View a Commemorative Book about the Julie McAndrews Mork Building.

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