If you think you may benefit from services, training or community activities and want to know how to get signed up, call us at (415) 431-1481, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Some of the programs we offer include: training on cutting-edge accessible technology, how to move gracefully and effectively with a cane, social and recreational activities, accessible map and graphic design, braille instruction, as well as science, math, music and many other camps for blind youth and adults in the rolling hills of Napa. Please read through the program descriptions below and pick the one that’s right for you.
Click here to read more about orientation and mobility training, braille, cooking and other independent living skills, and the other types of training we provide. Instruction periods include one-on-one, group, ongoing, and immersive options.
People of all ages and levels of experience can receive training in accessible technology. We also provide consulting services to individuals and companies looking for an accessibility evaluation for their product and can organize blind and visually impaired user testers to provide feedback on a product or service.
The Employment Immersion Program is a multi-week course empowering those who are blind or have low vision to assess their skills and interests and find success and satisfaction in the job market.
Founded in 1950 by Rose Resnick, Enchanted Hills now holds not only our annual summer camp sessions, but also hosts classes, workshops, retreats and seminars in a beautiful setting high atop Napa’s Mount Veeder.
The Deafblind Program provides training, resources and support to persons who are both vision and hearing impaired. The goal of the program is to ensure that deaf-blind individuals have access to information and the skills needed to live independent and productive lives. As part of this goal, the LightHouse operates the FCC program to ensure deaf-blind individuals receive free equipment and training to suit their needs.
Launch in 2021, the LightHouse Little Learners program is here to help families with children aged birth to three who are blind, Deafblind have low vision, or a neurological visual impairment.
The LightHouse offers a diverse array of outings, social events, and personal/professional development opportunities for young adult and high school-aged youth.
On a weekly basis we provide outings, classes, recreational activities and events for blind people of all ages to learn, connect and thrive.
The LightHouse offers counseling for those affected by blindness or low vision by an experienced team of licensed professionals.
Part of finding successful solutions is assessing your visual levels and needs. The LightHouse, in partnership with the UC Berkeley School of Optometry, offers low vision examinations each week.
If you’d like to donate (time or financial support) to the LightHouse, please refer to the various options in the Donate section of our website (or click here to make a donation).
If you’d like to inquire about press, partnerships, or other media opportunities, please email email@example.com.
If you’d like to shop at Adaptations, the Bay Area’s only hands-on brick and mortar store dedicated to technology for blind and low vision individuals — visit us during normal business hours at 214 Van Ness Ave., San Francisco, CA 94102, or call 1-888-400-8933. Beginning in May 2016, visit us at 1155 Market St., 10th floor.
Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 Notice to the Public
LightHouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired operates its programs and services without regard to race, color, and national origin in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act. Any person who believes she/he/they have been discriminated against on the basis of race, color, or national origin by LightHouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired may file a Title VI complaint.
Título VI Información en Español
For all other questions, call (415) 694-7323 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out what the LightHouse can do for you.