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Mexico


Asociacion Centro de Rehabilitacion para Ciegos I.A.P. (ACREC)

Cerrada Chilpancingo No.8, Col. Vista Hermosa, Cuernavaca, Morelos CP 62290, Mexico.
Tel: +52 318 30 40
Web: www.acrec.com.mx
Activities: ACREC provides both rehabilitation programmes and offers clinical surgery.

Asociacion Mexicana para la Atencion de Personas con Discapacidad Visual (AMADIVI)
AMADIVI Casa Matriz, Calle Beethoven 109, Col Alameda, Centro Celaya, Guanajuato CP 38052, Mexico.
Contact person: Cristal Vargas
Tel: +52 461 613 48 60
Email: amadivi@prodigy.net.mx; info@amadivi.com.mx
Web: www.amadivi.com.mx

Associatión Mexicana de la RP y Enfermedades de la Retina ABP
(Mexican RP Association)
Paris 337, Colonia Mirador, Monterrey NL, CP 64070, Mexico.
Contact person: Jose Suarez
Tel: +52 81 343 1888
Fax: +52 81 343 1875
Email: info@amrp.org
Web: www.amrp.org/
Activities: The association is a training centre for the blind and partially sighted that also provides information and medical help to people with RP or associated diseases. Services include: rehabilitation, Braille, use of computers and adaptive technology, orientation and mobility, educational assessment, primary and high school education and a variety of recreational activities. The centre is open to all blind and visually impaired people and our services are free.

Centro de Educacion Especial para la Integracion de Carentes de Vista y Disminuidos Visuales
(Centre of Special Education for the Integration of the Visually Impaired)
Calle 60 no 333 x 35 y Avenue Colon, Merida, Yucatan, CP 97000, Mexico.
Tel: +52 91 9925 4634
Fax: +52 91 200231
Activities: The qualified teaching staff in general follows the educational curricula of Mexican Government (Department of Education). Also offers the following services: Early Stimulation (children from 0-3); Maturity (reinforcing Early stimulation from 4-5); Psychomotor Motions (developing psychomotor skills from 6 years on); Braille (Grad 1 and 2 in Spanish); Abacus (mastering mechanical maths operations); Music (instruments, singing and dancing); Physical Education, Typewriting, Labour work, Workshops.

Comite Internacional Pro-Ciegos IAP (CPC)
(International Committee for the Blind)
Mariano Azuela No. 218, Colonia Santa María la Ribera, 06400 DF, Mexico.
Tel: +525 5541 3488
Fax: +525 5547 5167
Activities: CIC is a non-profit organization working with poorer people offering integrated rehabilitaion for adults who are blind or partially sighted. This is acheived through a professional programme tailored to meet the individual's needs.

Helen Keller International
Edif Hereos de la Revolution, 40 Piso, Venustiano Carranza No 815, Chihuahua, Chih, Mexico.
Tel: +52 14 29 33 00 ext 2676

Unión Mexicana de Organizaciones e Instituciones de y para Ciegos
Calle Gante No. 11-408 y 409, Col. Centro, México DF, CP 06000 del. Cuauhtemoc, Mexico.
Contact person: Mr. Aurelio Hernandez Trejo, President
Tel: +52 5 510 0557
Fax: +52 1 510 0557

Vision Sin Limites (VSL)
Guanajuato #232PB, Colonia Roma, Mexico DF 06700, Mexico.
Tel: +525 55 574 6715
Email: info@visionsinlimites.org
Web: visionsinlimites.org/
Activities: VSL provides visually impaired people with the necessary resources to assist in their rehabilitation, education and integration into Mexican society. VSL works directly with teachers who provide support services to children and young adults in their integration process and designs special programmes for particular needs.

 



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