Cleveland Sight Center
Disability Services in Cleveland, OH
Cleveland Sight Center is a multi-faceted nonprofit agency established in 1906 serving people of all ages who are blind or visually impaired. We supply preventative, educational, rehabilitative, and many other vision support services directly to approximately 10, 000 customers in the greater Cleveland area each year. Through community outreach and our radio-reading service, that number increases significantly. We're accredited by CARF, the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities.
Cleveland Sight Center
read moreThank you for your support of Cleveland Sight Center's first-ever virtual Fundraising Gala, Spellbound 2020: Let's Make S'more Memories! Around a virtual BONDfire, guests joined us to make s'mores under blindfold, listened to a campfire story and. Sam is currently homeless, sometimes spending most of his nights in downtown Cleveland near one of the city's professional sporting venues. He also rents space in his brother's refrigerator to keep food, and on occasion, his brother will afford. The white cane is a valuable navigational device for people who are blind or low vision that provides tactual and auditory feedback.
read moreOur goal is to enable those who are blind or have low vision to achieve independence. We educate, empower and employ; providing training and guidance to our clients and the communities we serve. Cleveland Sight Center (CSC) has served the needs of Northeast Ohio residents who are blind or have low vision for over a century. CSC offers developmental, rehabilitation and vocational services to ensure success in today's society. The services are targeted for all age groups. Our team of optometrists, therapists, employment specialists and other CSC staff are dedicated to assisting our clients live their lives to the fullest.
Meet Our Team
read moreCleveland Sight Center (CSC) was founded in 1906 and is located in University Circle. In 2010, CSC launched a business to provide call center services to Ohio's government agencies. Excellent service delivery propelled rapid growth. The Call Center now has annual revenue of $2.2 million and a workforce of 60 representatives - nearly all of whom have a work-limiting disability. Over 500,000 calls and 50,000 emails are handled each year with measurably excellent levels of customer service. Mr. Tawil successfully managed multi-year technology and training projects funded by the Department of Commerce, Department of Housing and Urban Development, Internal Revenue Service, National Telecommunications and Information Administration, eTech Ohio, Ohio Rehabilitation Services Commission, as well as Cuyahoga County Jobs and Family Services.