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LightHouse Staffer Nai Damato tells how a gift and passion for languages led them to become an interpreter for people
Nai Damato on their journey to becoming a DeafBlind interpreter
Reflections from the 2020 YES Academy
In their own words, students reflect the virtual academy. Week 4 is up.
A personal take on Tech Together Online
Staffer Caitlin O'Malior gives her take on the virtual class.
Get Your Cupful of Cardio Weekdays with LightHouse
Since the pandemic began, we’ve all had to make adjustments as our normal routines were turned on their heads. It’s
Listen to our Panel on the future of the Americans with Disabilities Act
On July 31, we were joined by three blind disability rights activists for an online panel.
A look back at the EHC “Give Back” Concert Series
This summer, talented musicians came together to support EHC.
2020 Holman Prizewinners Announced
The Holman Prize is in its fourth year.
Support LightHouse through Amazon Smile while you shop from home
Amazon will donate a percentage of the price of eligible items to LightHouse.
What’s it like to be an Enchanted Hills Camp Counselor-In-Training? By Erik Huizar, age 16
Erik went through the EHC CIT program for the first time.
Just in time for summer, games from the Adaptations Store
We have accessible games for you to play.
Now we carry tactile drawings of intersections that help teachers and students alike
Learn more about the latest Adaptations Store product.
Navigating the same storm in different boats: Reflections from Dr. Connie Conley-Jung
Connie reflects on lessons learned during her time at LightHouse, before and during the pandemic.