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To assist all persons who are suffering from significant visual impairment in coming together for the purpose of discussing issues of common significance and to provide ongoing social activities for members and charitable assistance where needed.


Indiana Code 16-32-3-3

(A)  A person who is not totally blind who:

    (1) approaches a totally or partially blind pedestrian carrying a cane predominantly white or metallic in color, with or without a red tip, or using a guide dog; and

  (2) fails to take all necessary precautions to avoid injury to the blind pedestrian;

commits a Class C infraction. 


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A new awareness program was started by Nancy Ake because of a near miss accident of her own.  State law requires all vehicles must come to a complete stop when any pedestrian with a white cane or guide dog approaches a crossing.  Nancy has worked with Senator Tom Wyss to help get the word out to protect all visually impaired pedestrians.