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Photo Caption: A nurse preps a woman to receive a COVID-19 shot at LightHouse in 2021
LightHouse News in Brief
As CDC guidelines for COVID-19 evolve and change, some LightHouse programs may begin to offer in-person opportunities as well as
LightHouse employees gather in the multipurpose room on May 4
LightHouse Staffers Reflect on Returning to In-Person Work
On May 4, staff members gathered at LightHouse headquarters to celebrate the return to in-person work
Two people cross an intersection with an APS. One is using a white cane
Accessible Pedestrian Signals – Are They Working For You?
LightHouse has worked with SFMTA to make intersections safer for pedestrians
A black woman with long braids wearing a black one-piece flight suit floats suspended in mid-air inside a hollowed-out aircraft. She is loosely grasping a blue rope with her left hand
AstroAccess Announces Second Zero-Gravity Parabolic Flight
Looking for more blind people to fly in Zero-G
The Orbit Writer
Adaptations is Celebrating May With a Special Deal All Month Long!
A tiny efficient Braille device to access your world
Curious Worldview title card
Curious About the Worldview of LightHouse CEO Bryan Bashin?
“The Curious Worldview” is the name of a podcast in which presenter Ryan Faulkner-Hogg makes it his mission to interview
A women holds a young child outdoors
Shakes, Pats, and Grins! Inside the Little Learners Playgroup
A new program where young blind children and their guardians can learn together
2022 Volunteers of the Year, Leslie O’Neil and Peter Goetz, stand on the LightHouse staircase with Allyson Ferrari, Volunteer Manager. Leslie and Peter are holding their Volunteer of the Year plaques. Note: Masks were temporarily removed to take this photo
Leslie O’Neil, Allyosn Ferrari & Peter Goetz
Hear More About the Four Amazing LightHouse Volunteers of the Year
How four people donated their time to support LightHouse in the last year
Maia Scott, wearing tie-dye, sits with her golden retriever guide dog
Maia’s in the HOUSE! Meet The First Half of LightHouse’s New Adult Programs Coordinator Team
Maia Scott brings creativity, mindfulness and body positivity to LightHouse Adult Programs
Saluting the Many Volunteers Who Have Supported LightHouse During the Pandemic
By Allyson Ferrari, Volunteer Manager  April 18 to 22 is National Volunteer Week and LightHouse will be celebrating by recognizing
A composite of the LightHouse and Holman Prize logos
Introducing This Year’s Holman Prize Semifinalists
This year we have 37 semifinalists.
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