Braille Institute
Laguna Hills Center

Classes & Workshops

Participate in classes & workshops through two convenient options:

  1. Online from your home using a phone, computer or tablet
  2. In-person at our center following required COVID protocols.

All of our programs and services are free of charge.

  • Workshops – are open to the public and anyone can attend. They are one-day only sessions that are usually 1-2 hours on a specific topic with a live instructor and student participation. View our list of upcoming workshops and register online (link to workshops).
  • Classes – are held over multiple weeks during the semester period and attended weekly. You must be a “student” of Braille Institute to register for a class. To become a student you must complete a low vision assessment or be on-boarded by a Braille Institute specialist.
View Laguna Hills Center Class Catalog
Get A Free Low Vision Consultation

Contact Information

24411 Ridge Route Drive, Ste. 130
Laguna Hills, CA 92653

Monday-Friday: 8:30am – 5:00pm

(949) 330-5062
lh@brailleinstitute.org

Regional Manager
Lauren Becker

Upcoming In-Person Laguna Hills Center Workshops

Upcoming Virtual Workshops

Seeing AI App on iPhone/iPad

Virtual

Sony Bravia TVs with Accessibility Features

Virtual

All About the California Telephone Access Program

Virtual

Autonomous Driving

Virtual

Learn Secrets of iPad/iPhones

Virtual

Festive Fall Decor - Cancelled

Virtual

Low Vision Assisted Devices

Virtual

Understanding Vision Loss

Virtual

iPhone Photography & Photo Sharing

Virtual

Grooming for Success Part-1

Virtual

Memory

Virtual

Travel the Scenic Route

Virtual

The Beatles: A Songwriting Analysis

Virtual

Dating After Quarantine

Virtual

Learning About BARD

Virtual

Achieve Your Goals Using Technology

Virtual

White Cane Day Celebration - San Diego & Virtual

Hybrid

White Cane Day Celebration - Anaheim & Virtual

Hybrid

Teaching Art to Blind and Visually Impaired Students

Virtual

Ask Alexa

Virtual

Let’s Talk Rock

Virtual

YouTube App for iOS

Virtual

How Do People Who Are Blind Use An iPhone?

Virtual

Fake News

Virtual

Healthy Living with Diabetes

Virtual

Sony Alpha Camera with Screen Reader

Virtual

Neuro-Ophthalmology and Vision Loss

Virtual

Let’s Explore What The NFC Tag Can Do For You

Virtual

Uber Delivery Service

Virtual

Learn About the New eReader

Virtual

Is There An App For That?

Virtual

Grooming for Success Part 2

Virtual

Customed Tailored Travel

Virtual

Laughing Yoga: Halloween Edition!

Virtual

Aging in Place

Virtual

Delicious Pumpkin Cooking

Virtual

Exploring Online Archives

Virtual

Traveling Tips for the Holidays Part-1

Virtual

El cuidado dental y el impacto en su salud

Virtual

Vision Loss: Adapting and Coping

Virtual

Getting to Know San Diego Futures Foundation

Virtual

Intro to Salsa Music

Virtual

Air Fryer Cooking

Virtual

How To Travel With Metro Micro - LA County

Virtual

Low Vision 101: Introduction to Low Vision Services

Virtual

Introduction to Apple Watch

Virtual

Traveling Tips for the Holidays Part-2

Virtual

Android Accessibility Topics

Virtual

Understanding Vision Loss

Virtual

Learn How BARD Can Work For You

Virtual

Basic Lighting

Virtual

How To Use Your eReader

Virtual

Smart Speakers, Which One Is Right for You?

Virtual

Holiday Cooking

Virtual

Learn if Guide Dogs of the Desert Has a Guide Dog for You

Virtual

Audio Described Movies

Virtual

Non-24 Circadian Rhythm Sleep Wake Disorder

Virtual

Braille Literacy for Adult Learners

Virtual

Introduction to American Council of the Blind Community Events

Virtual

Learn About the Seeing AI App

Virtual

Low Vision Options On The Mac

Virtual

Sin Azucar! Postres Navideños

Virtual

Community Resources with Guest Speakers: Go Go Grandparent

Virtual

Be My Eyes vs. Aira

Virtual

Shopping Tips For The Holidays

Virtual

Art Studio Workshop: Tactile Holiday Landscapes

Virtual

Introduction To Victor Reader

Virtual

Understanding Vision Loss

Virtual

Positive Thinking

Virtual

Learn To Use Instacart

Virtual

What Can Your Apple Watch Do For You?

Virtual

Using Microsoft Teams

Virtual

What is the National Federation of the Blind?

Virtual

Meet Our Regional Manager
Lauren Becker

“The Laguna Hills Neighborhood Center offers a welcoming environment with teaching and learning studios providing space for one-on-one consultations and group classes, to help people live well with low vision. You’ll find our staff and volunteers encouraging and eager to help.”

Local Announcements

Laguna Readers Book Club

First Wednesday of the Month
1:00 p.m – 2:30 p.m. PT
Books include a variety of adult fiction. Contact the Laguna Hills center Library Coordinator for more information: (949) 330-5062

Community Resources

Our staff have gathered, and continue to research, helpful community resources and safe activities for our community of visually impaired during COVID19.

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Braille Institute is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to positively transform the lives of those with vision loss. Braille Institute serves more than 37,000 people through a variety of free programs, classes and services at centers and community outreach locations throughout Southern California – from Santa Barbara to San Diego counties!

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