California center promotes self-reliance in people with visual disabilities

Brandon Biggs cannot see, but that hasn't stopped the 17-year-old from learning to dance and surf with the help of a Southern California center that encourages people with visual disabilities to expand their horizons. Biggs' family moved from Washington state so he could benefit from the organization, but California budget cuts are hurting the Vista Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired, which serves as many as 1,900 people annually.

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