Jeff Ball

Adaptive Technology

This program provides “adaptive” technologies to complete everyday tasks to consumers who are visually impaired or blind.  Text readers, special computer software and hardware,  and electronic video magnifiers are commonly used.  Instructional computer classes are offered to those willing to learn.

Jerry Crabtree

Media and Marketing

The Guide-Page Magazine, a freely distributed monthly publication, is made available to readers both locally and across the country. Features such as special events, meeting schedules, organizational news, and other items of interest are presented for the blind and visually impaired. 

Zach Davis

Vision Rehabilitation

A Certified Vision Rehabilitation Therapist (CVRT®), and Assistant is on staff to provide adaptive devices and to instruct persons with visual impairments in the use of compensatory skills and assistive technology that will enable them to live safe, productive, and independent lives. Specific subjects of instruction include cooking, braille reading and writing, personal management, and home management.

Candy Allen

In-Home Services

We offer assistance with shopping, correspondence, reading mail, banking assistance, and mending of clothing.

Linda Worthy

Recreation Coordinator

 At CWAB®, the recreation program is designed to assure that an individual with a vision impairment can enjoy a full and active lifestyle. With activities such as bowling, picnics, dances, parties, bingo, plays, concerts, YMCA, and crafts, CWAB® consumers can learn new skills, make new friends, increase physical activity, gain a higher self-esteem, and enjoy themselves.


Transportation Supervisor

Transportation  provides free door-to-door transportation to CWAB® consumers for work, medical appointments, support group meetings, sponsored YMCA program, and other CWAB® activities when other means are not available.

 Toni Walls

 Orientation & Mobility

Orientation and Mobility is the science of travel to those who are blind or visually impaired. From mobility inside the home to travel across the world OM offers instruction in the skills necessary for successful, independent, and efficient travel. By answering the 3 questions, Where am I?; Where do I want to go? ; How do I get there?, an individual with limited vision can safely travel from here to there.


CWAB® was organized on October 9, 1975 when the charter was filed with the state of West Virginia by Charles Harris of Huntington, the founder of CWAB®.

The preamble to the bylaws reads in part, “We, the blind of Cabell and Wayne Counties, bind ourselves to the cause of exploring, expanding and exploiting our abilities as free and equal citizens .

We are the blind speaking for ourselves, relying upon each other for the accomplishment of those goals defined for ourselves by ourselves.”


T: 304-522-6991

F: 304-522-6924



38 Washington Ave, Huntington, WV 25701

Cabell-Wayne Association of the Blind does not discriminate against an individual with a disability in connection with the operation of its programs and services including the provision of transportation services in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA). To find out more about our ADA Policies, to file a complaint, to request a reasonable modification, or to request this information in another language, please contact us at 304-522-6991, or send an email to: ADA Complaint Procedures and CWAB®Policy