LightHouse offices are closed for in-person services through July 1, 2021. Check the calendar below for our offering of online classes.
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Jun 5 –
Kevan Warren is a Trusts and Estates Attorney in Albany California. He specializes in tailoring comprehensive estate planning documents for clients, and advises trustees and executors on the administration of a decedent’s estate in compliance with California law. Join Kevan and LightHouse via Zoom remote access to get started on your own legacy giving plan and learn the basics of estate planning from an expert. Friday, June 5, 2020 from 10:30 a.m. to noon.
To receive your personal Zoom remote access link to the workshop, please RSVP by Wednesday, June 3 to Paul Blaney, Manager of Individual Giving at email@example.com or call: 415-694-7313.
Can’t join us? Please let Paul know if you’d like a LightHouse Estate Giving Guide or information about joining the LightHouse Legacy Society. This unprecedented time of the coronavirus has been scary and challenging for everybody, especially members of the blind community, who feel isolated from the world. Support LightHouse's COVID-19 Response, including our Care Calls, by donating here. Thank you!
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Jun 10 –
Join us online for a special Lighthouse Day Lunch and Learn celebration, June 10 from noon to 1:00 p.m. LightHouse CEO Bryan Bashin will kick things off with a welcome and share an update about LightHouse’s current programs and the future. Gil Johnson, a previous LightHouse Board Chair, longtime friend, and former staff member, will give us some interesting little-known facts about LightHouse history.
At the conclusion of the hour, Enchanted Hills Camp Director, Tony Fletcher, and Rehabilitation Services Director, Kathy Abrahamson, will host a LightHouse trivia contest with prizes.
You won't want to miss this. Stay connected with your LightHouse community while we are social distancing. RSVP to Andrea Vecchione at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to being with you.
Wednesday, June 10 from noon to 1:00 p.m.
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Jun 27 –
Dazell Mallory, the Owner/Founder of Baywide Disability, has been practicing Social Security Disability Benefits advocacy and consulting since 2012. During his practice, he has had the opportunity to work with a diverse clientele nationwide in a variety of areas relating to SSI/SSDI. His practice incorporates all aspects of SSI/SSDI claims from pre to post-entitlement claims nationwide. Dazell’s experience with the Social Security system is deeply personal, having grown up low vision himself.
This Zoom workshop will be a general overview of the Social Security Disability process. You will learn what It takes to qualify, what medical and work documentation you will need, as well as the different stages of appeals and what they are looking for and how to best prepare. We will also cover the various programs in the Social Security Disability benefits process that you may qualify for and related requirements. Finally, we will discuss post-disability claims and various work incentive programs available.
This workshop is being brought to you free of charge thanks to generous support from the San Francisco Department on Disability and Aging (DAS). Registration is required by contacting Adult Program Coordinator Serena Olsen at email@example.com or 415-694-7316. Zoom access information will be provided upon complete registration.
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The events for the upcoming week are read aloud on our event hotline every Friday, which can be accessed by calling (415)694-7325.
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The LightHouse is scent-free. Please abstain from wearing colognes, perfumes, or other scented products. Additionally, coffee must be securely lidded at all times and citrus should not be peeled on the premises. Thanks for supporting our efforts to respect chemical sensitivities.