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Catherine in an art studio surrounded by her paining and hugging her guide dog, Andrea
LightHouse Student and Distinguished Blind Artist Catherine Chong, Showcases Her Tactile Painting at Palo Alto Art Center
The Palo Alto Art Center premiered their new exhibit, The Art of Disability Culture, on Saturday September 11.
Tactile and Braille map of Battery Alexander Park
MAD Lab Creates Accessible Maps for Local Parks
In May 2020, the MAD Lab partnered with the Golden Gate National Recreation Area (GGNRA) on a long-term project creating
Adaptations Sttore
Photo of Adaptations store in LightHouse HQ in San Francisco, California.
Blind employees work on the assembly line at LightHouse Sirkin Center in Alameda
LightHouse for the Blind Wins Top Environmental Award
We are an EPA 2021 Safer Choice Partner of the Year
Michelle carries a bag she hand painted which is a Frida Kahlo portrait with flowers in her hair and a hummingbird in the upper right corner
Meet Michelle Knapik: Our New CFO
Michelle Knapik's knack for numbers leads to a career serving various communities
Celebrate Disability Culture at Palo Alto Art Center In-Person or Virtually
You’re invited to The Art of Disability Culture: Artists with Disabilities Dispelling Myths, Dissolving Barriers, and Disrupting Prejudice, running September
San Francisco City and County Seel
COVID-19 Rent Relief for San Francisco Residents
The San Francisco Mayor's Office on Disability and the San Francisco Mayor's Office on Housing and Community Development would like
Sitting on her Mother’s lap, a blind toddler thoughtfully uses her fingers to explore a tray of multi-colored feathers
LightHouse Launches New Program for Parents of Infants and Toddlers Who are Blind or Have Low Vision
LightHouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired is thrilled to announce the launch of a major new program called LightHouse
EHC teen camper working on a wood working project
LightHouse Youth Return to Favorite Programs this Fall. And Something New!
LightHouse’s Youth Programs team is excited to be bringing back many of your favorite virtual programs this autumn, plus introduce
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