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Derek and Shane Dittmar
First in Our Returning EHC Give Back Concert Series
Photo Caption: Derek and Shane Dittmar Last year we brought you the Enchanted Hills Camp (EHC) “Give Back” summer concert
A charcoal gray short sleeved t-shirt with the orange and white LightHouse logo on the front center
Adaptations Featured Products for the Month of June
With every month brings exciting new products and discounts to Adaptations. This June we are all about giving our shoppers
Mars helicopter tactile graphic with braille labels, front view with two legs, fuselage, and 2 sets of rotors.
What does NASA’s Mars Ingenuity Helicopter look like?
Title: Mars Ingenuity Helicopter Description: Side and top views of Mars Ingenuity Helicopter with braille labels. Side view labels from
Erin Lauridsen and student
Building the Perfect Access Technology Partnership
By Erin Lauridsen, Director of Access Technology I’m Erin Lauridsen, I’m blind and proud of it, which means that I
Photo of Dr. Crystal Wen
LightHouse Eye Clinic Returns
We’re pleased to announce the reopening of the LightHouse Eye Clinic at our 1155 Market Street San Francisco headquarters. LightHouse,
Access Technology director Erin Lauridsen standing outside LightHouse headquarters with her guide dog Kendall
Has your company made plans for Global Accessibility Awareness Day?
Save yourself some stress and some money and Learn about real-world accessibility with the LightHouse – San Francisco Did you
The cover of the LightHouse 2020 Annual Report. LightHouse employees on Zoom hold up pieces of paper spelling out “Thank You” in English, Spanish, Arabic, Italian, Polish, Russian, French, and Braille. Staffer Sook Hee Choi signs “Thank You” in American Sign Language
The LightHouse 2020 LightHouse Annual Report is Here
2020 was a highly unusual year for everyone around the world. Despite such unprecedented circumstances, we are proud to present
A Zoom image of Chris rowing with the English Channel as a virtual background
Did Chris Downey make it across the English Channel?
Last Saturday, April 17, LightHouse held its annual Cycle for Sight fundraiser for Enchanted Hills Camp (EHC). After cancelling Cycle
The SFMTA Safety—It’s Your Turn graphic in English, Spanish and Chinese
Participants Get the Feel of Streets of San Francisco at SFMTA Sponsored Workshop
On April 8, LightHouse, in partnership with the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA), held a second Tactile Intersections Workshop
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