A 5-day, 4-night stay at a private lakefront lodge on Lake Tenkiller.

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NewView Oklahoma 4301 N. Classen Blvd., Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

All US Veterans experiencing low vision or blindness and their families are invited to join us for a hot lunch, a good group of friends, and community resources including experts in cybersecurity, VA benefits, and more! VITAL meets on the third Wednesday of each month at the Oklahoma City Low Vision Clinic from 11 am...



5330 5330 E 31st St, Tulsa, Oklahoma

VITAL gives social support to blind and low vision Veterans and their families. The group provides opportunities to enjoy social events, share stories, and be active members of the community. Members also gain access to helpful resources. Lunch will be provided. RSVP to [email protected]


lake tenkiller – OWL Camp – ages 14 to 17

Globe Life Lodge 19810 W. 901 Road, Oklahoma

The OWL camp intended for young adults, teaches campers with low vision how to water ski and engage in other water activities. Campers spend the week at Lake Tenkiller on the water, playing games, fishing, and building lifelong friendships. This camp is intended to build confidence and help students to feel connected to others.


Kamps 1910 10 NE 10th St, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

FEAST ALL OF YOUR SENSES, BUT ONE. Join us for a unique, fine dining experience. Kamps 1910 Chef, Steve Stavinoha, will be preparing an exclusive four-course meal with hand-picked dishes for our guests to enjoy fully blind folded throughout the evening. Let one of NewView Oklahoma's expert staff members guide you through your meal as...

okc OWL Camp – ages 8 to 13

University of Central Oklahoma 100 N. University Drive, Edmond

The OWL camp designated for younger campers pairs every child with a sighted buddy. Campers and their sighted buddies will participate in activities such as rock-climbing, archery, horseback riding, swimming and kayaking. New activities are added every year to create a unique camper experience. OWL Camp is structured specifically to engage sighted children and those with vision loss. The goal is to create a lasting impact that improves camper confidence.

Keys to work camp – ages 16 to 22

Keys to Work provides an immersive, hands-on experience with the latest assistive technology and works to teach resume building, interview skills, self-advocacy, and offers networking opportunities with professionals in the Oklahoma City market. Participants in the program also learn independent living skills including cooking, cleaning, organization, and independent travel. Upon completing the program, young adults living with blindness or low vision gain the skills and an individualized plan that will serve as a road map for future success. Campers experience dramatic shifts in perspective as they work with the NewView rehabilitation team to learn essential skills; they leave with the confidence to consider a fulfilling future with a level of independence they never thought possible.


Cox Convention Center 100 Civic Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma

YOU ARE INVITED! NewView Oklahoma's annual luncheon offers an opportunity for us to gather in community with one another, share NewView's mission, and raise funds to fill the estimated $1.7 million funding gap for low vision services not covered by insurance. WHAT TO EXPECT: RSVP REQUIRED This event is free, but you must RSVP to...