Diversity and Inclusion Policy

The Center for Vision Loss’ diversity and inclusion policy was ratified by the agency’s Board of Directors on January 9, 2019.

The human eye is built to see all colors in the spectrum of light – red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet. As the only organization dedicated to the visual well-being of everyone in Lehigh, Northampton, and Monroe counties, the Center for Vision Loss respects the beauty and strength of humanity’s rich and colorful tapestry.

Therefore, it is the agency’s policy to serve people of all physical capabilities, economic capacities, cultural backgrounds, ethnicities, genders, and ages and strive to foster an environment in which everyone feels valued, understood, appreciated, cared for, and empowered.

The manifestations of these values – including the agency’s people, services, and exhaustive efforts to provide solutions at little or no cost – reflect its guiding principle that vision loss should never be a barrier to achievement, independence, dignity, and hope for anyone.

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