About Cleveland Sight Center

Helping people who are blind or who have low vision.

Who We Are

image of two clients playing drumsCleveland Sight Center believes that members of the blind and visually impaired community can do anything a sighted person can with the right training, support and tools.

Founded in 1906, our agency has a team of optometrists, vision rehabilitation therapists, orientation and mobility specialists, assistive technology trainers, teachers, employment specialists, job coaches and other staff who are dedicated to helping clients reach their individual and unique goals. Our wide variety of client-centered services are available for all ages and are designed specifically for each client to find solutions to help them do what they want to do. 

We engage, educate, empower and employ; providing developmental, rehabiliation and vocational services to our clients and the communities we serve:

Engage

Engage individuals who have vision loss at an early age and their families to help them reach their full potential. 

Educate

Educate clients to help them learn daily living skills, social skills, and develop a work history. 

Empower

Empower people with vision loss to realize their full potential, feel comfortable in self-care in their own homes, learn to navigate unfamiliar environments and prepare for school and employment.

Employ

Help individuals find and keep work. Employ individuals who are blind, live with vision loss, or have another work-limiting disability in CSC's Call Center.

image of clients, staff and volunteers smiling for the cameraWhy We Are Here

Cleveland Sight Center’s mission is to empower people with vision loss to realize their full potential and to shape the community’s vision of that potential.​

CSC understands the fears and anxieties associated with the loss of eyesight. We are committed to helping our clients achieve ambitions and goals that they may have thought were unrealistic because of vision loss. CSC is where you can be yourself and become part of an extended family whose members are coping every day with blindness and low vision. Contact us today at 216-791-8118 for additional information, to register as a new client, or to make a referral.


Diversity and Inclusion

Cleveland Sight Center is committed to values of diversity and inclusion in order to create a climate of respect that is supportive to everyone’s individual success. We strive to provide an environment favorable to all regardless of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, pregnancy, marital status, age, nationality, ethnicity, ancestry, disability, military status, genetic information, protected veteran status, or any other factor or characteristic protected by law. We recognize that the responsibility for diversity and inclusion lies with all at the agency: leadership, administration, staff and volunteers.