At LightHouse’s satellite locations, we are often training in the community, so please contact us to schedule an appointment.
Our satellite offices offer most services as our headquarters, and we’re always happy to refer you to the proper service and support. Below you’ll find a listing of services and locations.
Low Vision and Blindness training/support include:
- Providing local, State and National Resources and Information
- Counseling and Support Groups
- Living Skills Assessment and Training
- Access Technology Assessment and Training
- Orientation and Mobility Assessment and Training
- Maximizing low vision through magnification, lighting and glare reduction strategies
- Equipment Loan Program
LightHouse East Bay
Ed Roberts Campus
3075 Adeline, Suite 110
Berkeley, CA 94703
VIDEO PHONE: 510-356-0018
Deaf-Blind Specialist: email@example.com
LightHouse North Coast
Humboldt Senior Resource Center
1910 California Street, Third Floor
Eureka, CA 95501
851 Irwin Street
San Rafael, CA 94901
On our North Coast Resources page, you’ll find a listing of resources for people experiencing changing vision, people who are blind or who have low vision and senior citizens.
Many thanks go to Dr. Marcus Appy, owner of A to Z Eyecare in Arcata, who made a generous donation of low vision equipment, including a complete assortment of Eschenbach magnifiers, assorted lighting devices, reading stands and portable electronic magnifiers. Thanks also to Jessica, Drs. Azevedo and Dr. Cole. We are very grateful for this donation, as it will allow our North Coast staff the ability to offer a more complete magnification demonstration and training with our low vision students.
The LightHouse of the North Coast is located on the third floor at the Humboldt Senior Resource Center in Eureka, with staff hours Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. While our goal is to be a community resource for support and training for adults in Humboldt and Del Norte counties, our focus, thanks to funding from the Older Individuals who are Blind program through the State of California’s Blind Field Services, has been to reach out to adults aged 55 and over.
In addition to providing solutions and training for persons with low vision, our staff also makes available training in accessible technology, orientation and mobility, independent living skills and braille. The LightHouse week-long Changing Vision Changing Life immersion training in Napa is also an opportunity for North Coast folks who are new to blindness and low vision to get valuable skills in the fresh air and beauty of Enchanted Hills Retreat.
To get started in training and find out more about our services, contact Janet Pomerantz at 707-268-5646 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.