Bienvenido al Website de CECIPR!

El Centro Educativo para Ciegos e Impedidos de Puerto Rico, Inc. es una corporación sin fines de lucro, registrada en el Departamento de Estado del Estado Libre Asociado con el número 22801 y oficina principal en el Instituto Loaíza Cordero, calle Feria Final, Santurce, Puerto Rico.  

El objetivo general de la corporación –como lo expresa su divisa: "Difunde, Instruye, Capacita"– es hacer accesible, en español, especialmente al publico de no videntes, sordomudos videntes y con otros impedimentos, material educativo e instructivo en general (escrito, en braille y/o visual), que le permita actualizar, ampliar y mejorar su contacto con la realidad, su capacitación y su auto suficiencia.

El CENTRO tiene como objetivo traducir material instructivo y cultural, para el uso de agencias de gobierno y entidades privadas de índole cultural y cívico interesadas en facilitar y mejorar, para este publico especial, su relación con el mundo que lo rodea; tanto en Puerto Rico como fuera del país.

La índole especializada del CENTRO requiere –y éste es uno de sus propósitos principales– la creación de empleos para personas con impedimentos pero con conocimiento de los aspectos y procedimientos especiales propios de la
comunicación eficaz en sus campos respectivos.

El CENTRO mantiene, además, un repertorio léxico actualizado, en la mayor cantidad posible de campos relacionados con la instrucción general y la educación especial, como fondo permanente de consulta. Este repertorio e información relacionada con la instrucción del ciego y de estudiantes con otros impedimentos se han logrado mediante las investigaciones de rigor que requiere la adaptación de libros regulares de texto escolar. Las fuentes de consulta permanente son la American Printing House for the Blind, la Organización Nacional de Ciegos de España (ONCE), universidades y otras entidades que producen materiales para personas con impedimentos.

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