Refer a Client or Patient

If you are a medical services provider, social worker, case manager, or other social services provider who is working with clients or patients with low vision or blindness, ASB can provide important non-clinical support and training to aid their transition to new diagnoses or strengthen their skills and experiences.

To refer a client or patient to ASB, fill out the form below, call us at (215) 627-0600 or email us at

  • Referral Form

    Thank you for your interest in referring your patron to ASB. To be a client of ASB, certain criteria must be met.


    Visual Requirements (at least one)

    • Visual acuity of 20/70 or poorer in better-seeing eye that cannot be corrected or improved with regular eyeglasses
    • Corresponding loss of visual fields
    • Progressive sight threatening eye diseases, such as diabetes
    • Diagnosis of a degenerative eye or sight disorder

    Age Requirement

    • Eighteen (18) years of age or older
  • If Yes, please supply contact information for your referral using the secure form below so we can be in touch with them.

    If No, please contact us at (215) 627-0600 or email us at so we can assist in finding the right resource for your referral.


Referral’s Contact Information

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Your Contact Information

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Our Programs

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ASB provides training, classes, and programming in:

  • Life Skills
  • Orientation and Mobility
  • Accessible Technology Use
  • Enrichment and Social Activities

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Resources Beyond ASB

We also serve as a go-to resource for information and referrals on a variety of issues and topics beyond those covered in our own classes and programs— from social and family services, healthcare, and wellness, to housing, financial literacy, and career support.

Additional Resources

“I came to ASB in 2014, looking for opportunities to get out of my house and socialize. One learning experience [at ASB] leads to another. I’ve attended Art-Reach events at local theaters, and [I remember] hearing audio description for the first time. I’ve participated in popular dance instruction with rec[reational] therapy students. I’ve joined monthly book and international cuisine club groups. I love my ASB ‘family’!”
—ASB client Marsha Levy