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Just Try It: How non-visual instruction can help you reach your fitness goals
LightHouse’s Health and Wellness Coordinator, Amber Sherrard, has created a series of fitness programs to foster a ‘just-try-it’ mentality amongst
Essay: A camp counselor reflects on how Enchanted Hills changed her life
Enchanted Hills Camp enrollment is open for 2019. View the full schedule and apply for one-of-a-kind and life-changing camp sessions.
Braille Mail: Get Your Tactile V-Day Cards at the Adaptations Store
The Adaptations Store and the MAD Lab worked together to design fun and creative accessible greeting cards.
Blind Students: Learn to Code with Swift Playgrounds Tactile Puzzle Worlds
These tactile graphics enable blind students to navigate Apple's Swift Playgrounds app by touch.
Watch LightHouse on ’60 Minutes’
CBS News features LightHouse on 60 Minutes news magazine's 51st season.
Why every blind person should apply to the 2019 Holman Prize
Applications for the 2019 Holman Prize open on January 15.
A love letter to MUNI from a visually impaired artist
Starting January 10, we're hosting a new special exhibition of work by Bay Area artist Kurt Schwartzmann.
Oral History: Gil Johnson reflects on eight decades of blindness training, advocacy and community
In honor of Gil Johnson's 80th birthday, LightHouse CEO Bryan Bashin set out to record an oral history.
Photos: LightHouse’s first-ever ‘Celebration of Blind Ambition’ in San Francisco
Last Thursday, the LightHouse gathered hundreds of friends, supporters and community members at the Julia Morgan Ballroom in downtown San