An Introduction to Jeri’s House…

Alt Text for screen readers: Image of Jeri's House logo. The logo consist of two hands making the ASL sign for house with a braille "J" and "H" in the middle of the sign; approximately where an attic window would be located. And Jeri's House is written in all caps along the bottom of the design.

Each person is different and unique and God has a beautiful plan specifically for each person. Jeri’s House is a place where people who are DeafBlind can come and learn how to be independent, learn Braille and signs, advocacy, hobbies, and be comfortable working through their adjustments of being DeafBlind. Jeri’s House promotes empowerment and encouragement for each individual to reach their highest potential.

Jeri’s House Fundraiser – DeafBlind Who Dun It (RESCHEDULED TO SEPT. 12, 2020)

A Murder Mystery Dinner to Benefit Jeri’s House

Join Jeri’s House and friends for an engaging evening with dinner, fellowship, silent auction and the opportunity to support a great cause. Help us figure out the mystery of the high school reunion, class of 1965!

Saturday, September 12, 2020

From 5 to 7 p.m.

(doors open at 4:30 p.m.)

at Westside Lion’s Club, 4135 NW 10th St., Oklahoma City, OK.

Tickets are $50 per person.

RSVP today with Jeri Cooper at or 918-200-6550 voice/text to ensure we have enough food. Payment may be made at the door.

Silent auction items graciously accepted.

All proceeds benefit Jeri’s House, a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization.

AVRT Awards

The 2020 Award Ceremony Dr. Linda Fugate, CVRT Charlyn Allen worked in the field of rehabilitation for the blind for over 35 years. She was a pioneer in our field and worked in many areas including conferences! Ms. Allen was a remarkable woman who happened to be blind. Each year AVRT honors a member with […]

Breaking Barriers

Jeri was featured in the latest edition of Breaking Barriers! DRS’ Jeri Cooper was named the 2020 winner of the Charlyn Allen Award at the Association of Vision Rehabilitation Therapists Virtual Conference on Nov. 12. The award honors outstanding vision rehabilitation therapists whose dedication, skill, compassion and encouragement helped both their clients and colleagues. Charlyn […]


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