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Poland


Cedar
(Association of the Blind and Partially Sighted)
Ul Powstancow Warszawskich 34, 41-902 Bytom, Poland.
Tel: +48 32 281 62 49

Polski Zwiazek Niewidomych
(Polish Association of the Blind)
Ul Konwiktorska No. 9, 00-216 Warsaw, Poland.
Contact person: Anna Wozniak-Szymanska
Tel: +48 22 831 33 83
Fax: +48 22 635 76 52
Email: pzn@pzn.org.pl; international@pzn.org.pl
Web: www.pzn.org.pl
Activities: Basic, social and vocational rehabilitation, also for more specific groups (deafblind, diabetes etc.); organization and participation in cultural and educational activities; supplying with guide-dogs; medical and rehabilitation centres; tourist and leisure exchange with foreign countries; publication and distribution of handbooks and magazines in braill and large print; transcription and production of Braille, large print and audio cassette books; libraries; distribution of teaching and rehabilitation aids; advicing in issues relating to visually impaired people; raising public awareness of the abilities and needs of visually impaired people.

Polski Zwiazck Niewidomyen Biblioteka Centralna
(Central Library for the Blind)
Ul Konwiktorska No.7, 00-216 Warsaw, Poland.
Contact person: Teresa Dederko, Director
Tel: +48 22 635 3320
Fax: +48 22 635 3320
Email: biblioteka@bcpzn.pl; m.cieniewska@dzdn.pl
Web: www.dzdn.pl/
Activities: Central library for the blind and visually impaired in Poland.


ZakLad dla Niewidomych w Laskach
(Institute for the Blind in Laski)
Ul. Brzozowa 75, Laski, 05-080 Izabelin, Poland.
Tel: +48 22 752 3000
Email: piwna@triuno.pl; maristella33@wp.pl
Web: www.laski.edu.pl
Activities: Roman Catholic community in the countryside 14km north-west of the capital of Poland, Warsaw. Consists of lay people cooperating with Franciscan Sisters in the education and rehabilitation of blind and partially sighted children aged 4 to 20 years old (over 300 students). Educational services - kindergaten; 2 primary schools (including one for the mentally handicapped; vocational training school. Therapy and rehabilitation - hydrotherapy and swimming. Students of English and German speaking countries taken as assistant teachers for language skills.

 



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