BE THE SUCCESS STATISTIC @COLLEGE!
85% = Drop Out Rate of college students that are blind or low vision (National Federation of the Blind)
Thriving Blind Academy (TBA) is committed to ending the college dropout crisis for blind/low vision students. The groundbreaking TBA programs equip our members with the success mindset needed to succeed without sight (in addition to skills of blindness/low vision).
Imagine having the keys to unlock your full potential at college – the kind of success that goes beyond mobility training and assistive technology. These 3 key principles are the secret sauce that the 15% of students that are blind or low vision who successfully navigate college without dropping out know and practice. Curious to discover what they are? Grab your FREE download now and equip yourself with the insights you need to thrive in your college journey. Let's rewrite the narrative together and set the stage for your remarkable success!
Ready to seize control of your destiny? Join Thriving Blind Academy today and step into the life of your dreams, not the one others dictate for you.
Thriving Mindset: Unleash the power of a thriving mindset that propels you towards success, no matter the challenges. Gain the tools to conquer obstacles with unwavering determination.
Mentorship Community: Surround yourself with a community of mentors and peers who understand your journey. Get personalized advice, guidance, and unwavering support that paves the way to your aspirations.
Access to Resources: Connect with a wealth of resources tailored to your needs – from assistive tech insights to invaluable life hacks. Empower yourself with the knowledge that can transform your life.
Ready to embark on the journey to your fullest potential? Click the button below to learn more about the life-changing benefits waiting for you as part of our thriving community of thrivers.
"Thank you for the college success program! My son got great information. He is already using the tips about building a social life on campus and is meeting tons of people!"
- Parent of a blind college freshman