Partnership To Assist 1Touch Project to Empower People with Disabilities

Our mission is to provide ongoing self-development and rehabilitation courses through adapted self-defense training for people with disabilities.

WEST BURLINGTON, IA, UNITED STATES , February 15, 2018 / — 1Touch Project for people with disabilities and the Healthy Vision Association entered the second year of a corporate partnership for 2018. Healthy Vision Association, said: “it is once again our sincere pleasure to partner with 1Touch Project for the Blind for 2018… the information that you provided us was very informative and made the decision to increase our sponsorship very worthwhile”. Last year 1Touch reached over 2,000 people with disabilities and held its 1st Annual Coach’s convention with the assistance of the Healthy Vision Association.

Stephen Nicholls, Executive Director of the 1Touch Project, said: “It is a tremendous honor to be working with the Healthy Vision Association again this year. This partnership will enable us to reach more people, improve more lives, and give a greater sense of security and well being to a under-served population. We look forward to building our partnership in the years ahead”.

Healthy Vision Association also said: “Our Executive Board was extremely impressed in your mission and believes that your efforts are a wonderful opportunity to assist with the independence and self-confidence of the blind and visually impaired. We feel very committed in helping you achieve these goals”.

1Touch Project is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide ongoing self-development and rehabilitation courses through adapted self-defense training specifically for people who are visually impaired, wounded veterans, and members of society requiring physically adaptive activities. 1Touch is a professional “train the trainers” program designed to reach people with disabilities in all communities across the United States. 1Touch has accreditations, state agency recommendations, and a eight-year history of working with people with disabilities. 1Touch increases independence, self-confidence, safety and overall quality of life for people with disabilities. 1Touch provides ongoing classes, workshops, coaching certification courses, mobility impaired courses, a peer support group and an annual Coach’s convention and presentations nationally.
You can find out more about the 1Touch Project at or Find out more about our partner Healthy Vision Association at Or contact Stephen Nicholls Executive Director of the 1Touch Project at 650-924-5223 or


Miranda Brown
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Source: EIN Presswire