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Community Partners

NewView Oklahoma is thankful for the support of many community partners who help create opportunities for blind and visually impaired Oklahomans to reach their maximum level of independence! 

Oklahoma Riversport: OKC Boathouse Foundation

Group rowing on the Oklahoma River

In 2009, an adaptive rowing program was created for clients and employees of NewView Oklahoma, with the help of the OKC Boathouse Foundation. The Chesapeake Boathouse provided three adaptive rowing machines and experienced rowers offered training and expertise.

A competitive rowing program utilizing dragon boats has been formed to allow more people with vision impairments to experience the fun and healthy benefits of rowing. Click here to learn more about our dragon boating team!

Oklahoma City Museum of Art

A women helping a man with art at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art

Creative Visions was established in partnership with the Oklahoma City Museum of Art as a program designed to make art education available to blind and visually impaired adults and youth. Art classes run year-round focused on art mediums including clay and acrylic.

This program allows individuals to not only learn about artwork but to create their own. By creating classes that work with audio and tactile learning, a field known for being mostly visual, is now accessible for blind and visually impaired Oklahomans. Visit our Creative Visions page to learn more!


NewView Oklahoma and Oklahoma-based Water4 collaborate to provide life-saving resources to communities throughout the world! Water4's mission is to create in-country jobs to eradicate the world's water crisis and is dedicated to empowering communities by training, equipping and supporting nationals to be the solution to their own community's water needs.

NewView Oklahoma's employees manufacture several of the component parts that are used in Water4's water wells in Africa and beyond!

Oklahoma ABLE Tech

A women reading on the ABLE Tech device.

ABLE Tech's device short-term loan program provides NewView's patients the opportunity to borrow assistive technology devices to help patients make an informed decisions before purchasing, ensure compatibility between the device and user, have backup equipment while waiting for repairs, and have a device while waiting for new equipment. ABLE tech devices improve quality of life and help restore independence.

Individuals can take advantage of the loan program by visiting one of our Low Vision Clinics. Learn more about our clinics!