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Ohio State i /o?'ha?.o?/ is a Midwestern state in the United States. The 34th largest state by area in the U.S., it is the 7th-most populous with nearly 11.5 million residents. The state's capital is Columbus. The Anglicized name 'Ohio' comes from the Iroquois word ohi-yo’, meaning 'great river'. The state, originally partitioned from the Northwest Territory, was admitted to the Union as the 17th state (and the first under the Northwest Ordinance) on March 1, 1803.Although there are conflicting narratives regarding the origin of the nickname, Ohio is historically known as the 'Buckeye State' (relating to the Ohio buckeye tree) and Ohioans are also known as 'Buckeyes.'

Heritage for the Blind is a non-profit organization serving the blind and visually impaired in Ohio State. Our mission is to provide the tools necessary to help the blind and visually impaired in Ohio State independently explore and participate fully in society.

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Cincinnati Association for the Blind

and Visually Impaired

2045 Gilbert Avenue

Cincinnati, OH 45202-1490

Phone: (513) 221-8558

UDS Low Vision Services

388 South Main Street

Suite 302

Akron, OH 44311-1064

Phone: (330) 996-4080

Ohio Library for the Blind and

Physically Disabled in Cleveland

17121 Lake Shore Boulevard

Cleveland, OH 44110-4006

Phone: (216) 623-2911

Ohio Rehabilitation Services Commission, Bureau

of Services for the Visually Impaired and Bureau

of Vocational Rehabilitation

400 East Campus View Boulevard

Columbus, OH 43235-4604

Phone: (614) 438-1250

Ohio Bureau of Early Intervention


Department of Health

246 North High, Fifth Floor

Columbus, OH 43216-0118

Phone: (614) 644-8389

Prevent Blindness Ohio

1500 West Third Avenue

Suite 200

Columbus, OH 43212-2874

Phone: (614) 464-2020


625 West Town Street

Columbus, OH 43215-4496

Phone: (614) 221-6367

Ohio Department of Aging

50 West Broad Street

9th Floor

Columbus, OH 43215-3363

Phone: (614) 466-5500

VOICEcorps Reading Service (formerly

Central Ohio Radio Reading Service)

2955 West Broad Street

Columbus, OH 43204-2647

Phone: (614) 274-7650

State Library of Ohio: Talking Book Program

274 East First Avenue

Columbus, OH 43201-3673

Phone: (614) 644-6897

Scioto Radio Reading Service

602 Chillicothe Street, Suite M104

Portsmounth, OH 45662

Phone: (740) 354-3909

Goodwill Easter Seals of Miami Valley

1511 Kuntz Road

Dayton, OH 45404

Phone: (937) 461-4800

Dayton Public Schools: Special

Education Resource and Braille Library

115 S. Ludlow Street

Dayton, OH 45402

Phone: (937) 542-3284


3775 Muddy Creek Road

Cincinnati, OH 45238

Phone: (513) 241-0720

Clovernook Center for the Blind and

Visually Impaired

Main Campus

7000 Hamilton Avenue

Cincinnati, OH 45231

Phone: (513) 522-3860

Ohio Valley Goodwill Industries: Rehabilitation


10600 Springfield Pike

Cincinnati, OH 45215

Phone: (513) 771-4800

Radio Reading Services of Greater Cincinnati

2045 Gilbert Avenue

Cincinnati, OH 45202

Phone: (513) 221-8558

Philomatheon Society of the Blind

2701 W. Tuscarawas Street

Canton, OH 44708

Phone: (330) 453-9157

BSC Games

PO Box 145

East Palestine, OH 44413

Phone: (559) 224-2436

Written Communications Radio

Service for the Print Handicapped

1615 East Market Street

Akron, OH 44305

Phone: (330) 784-3393

National Accreditation Council for Agencies

Serving People with Blindness or Visual


7017 Pearl Road

Middleburg, OH 44130

Phone: (440) 545-1601

Cleveland Sight Center

1909 East 101st Street

Cleveland, OH 44106

Phone: (216) 791-8118

Vocational Guidance Services

2239 East 55th Street

Cleveland, OH 44103

Phone: (216) 431-7800

Sight Center of Northwest Ohio:

Toledo Society for the Blind

1002 Garden Lake Parkway

Toledo, OH 43614

Phone: (419) 720-3937

University of Toledo: Early Childhood, Physical,

and Special Education

2801 West Bancroft Street

Toledo, OH 43606

Wood County Educational Service Center

639 South Dunbridge

Bowling Green, OH 43402

Phone: (419) 354-9010 173

Ohio Department of Education: Office for

Exceptional Children

25 South Front Street

Columbus, OH 43215

Phone: (614) 466-2650

Universal Low Vision Aids, Inc.

8 East Long Street, Suite 210

Columbus, OH 43215

Phone: (614) 224-6465

Center for Instructional Supports and Accessible


5220 N High Street

Columbus, OH 43214

Phone: (614) 644-8465

Ohio State School for the Blind

5220 North High Street

Columbus, OH 43214

Phone: (614) 752-1152

Ohio State University: School of Teaching and


333 Arps Hall

1945 North High Street

Columbus, OH 43210

Phone: (614) 292-2437

Ohio State University: College of

Optometry, Vision Rehabilitation


338 West 10th Avenue

Columbus, OH 43210

Phone: (614) 292-1104

Vision & Vocational Services

1393 North High Street

Columbus, OH 43201

Phone: (614) 294-5571

Southeast Ohio Sight Center

358 Lincoln Avenue

Unit A

Lancaster, OH 43130

Phone: (740) 687-4785

Unit A

Southeast Ohio Sight Center

358 Lincoln Avenue

Lancaster, OH 43130

Phone: (740) 687-4785

Assistive Technology of Ohio

445 East Dublin Granville Road

Building L

Worthington, OH 43085

Phone: (614) 293-9132

Ohio Center for Deafblind Education

936 Eastwind Drive

Westerville, OH 43081

Phone: (614) 785-1163

Ohio Ophthalmological Society

3401 Mill Run Drive

Hilliard, OH 43026

Phone: (614) 527-6799

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