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Young campers enjoy horseback riding.

Enchanted Hills Camp for the Blind Now Open for Enrollment!

For over 60 years, Enchanted Hills has provided priceless opportunities for recreation in a fun, challenging and accessible way.

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Travis Nichols (left) and Jimmy Cong play guitar while sitting on the newly built Redwood Grove Stage

Music Academy Returns to Enchanted Hills

If you are a serious blind musician or are thinking of entering the music profession, Music Academy will introduce you to new ways you can write down your own music.

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A stylized artistic rendering of Braille dots.

Is Braille Relevant in a Digital Age?

Is braille relevant in a digital age? Listen to this short piece from San Francisco station KALW.

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Superfest Film Festival

Superfest International Disability Film Festival

Submissions are in for the Superfest International Disability Film Festival 2015. Join us November 14-15 at the Contemporary Jewish Museum! Read more on our blog!

Employment Immersion graduate, Jessica Veklerov

Latest Employment Success: Jessica Veklerov

Employment Immersion graduate, Jessica Veklerov, starts a brand-new job!

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