Image Description: A Little Learners Specialist works with a Little Learner and Little Learner family member.
People of all ages and levels of experience can receive training in accessible technology. We also provide consulting services to individuals and companies looking for an accessibility evaluation for their product and can organize blind and visually impaired user testers to provide feedback on a product or service.
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The Deafblind Program provides training, resources, and support to persons who are both vision and hearing impaired. The program's goal: ensure that deaf-blind individuals have access to information and the skills needed to live independent and productive lives.
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Low Vision Clinic
Part of finding successful solutions is assessing your visual levels and needs. LightHouse, in partnership with the UC Berkeley School of Optometry, offers low vision examinations every week at our San Francisco office.
Image Description: a front view of the low Vision Clinic on UC Berkeley's campus. The modern looking building's with a panel of windows. The building is surrounded by tall trees and nice landscaping.
The Holman Prize is not meant to save the world or congratulate someone for leaving the house. The prize is offered to spark grand accomplishments in the blindness community. We want to spotlight blind people doing things that surprise and inspire others. This LightHouse prize has changed perceptions about what blind people are capable of doing.
Image Description: Logo for the Holman Prize which includes the words "Holman Prize" surrounded by a lite blue entertwined rings.
The Media and Accessible Design (MAD) Lab produces tactile media of all kinds, including raised line drawings, tactile graphics and tactile maps. It's on the forefront of tactile innovation, education and literacy.
Image Description: An upclose picture of a tactile map in bright colors. The map includes a lake, beach, and open green space.
Sirkin Center — LightHouse Industries
At the Sirkin Center, we aim to employ individuals who are blind and manufacture the highest quality eco-friendly cleaning products and tissue packets. These products, which serve communities and companies around the world, will provide the utmost utility to clients, and demonstrate the strength and caliber of our Center.
Image Description: a picture is from the viewpoint of an onlooker looking through the front windows into a store. A man with a white cane stands at the counter buying merchandise. Various products hang on the walls.
Blind at Work: The Mosaic Artist
TMAP Tutorial - Reading the Map
2022 Volunteer of the Year Mike Cole
LightHouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired | 1155 Market Street, 10th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94103 | 415-431-1481 | email@example.com
IRS 501(c)(3) Federal Tax ID: 94-1415317
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