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Amanda is a 27 year old female who was diagnosed with Stargardts in 2000. She is district sales manager for a clothing store. Although Amanda was referred by Rehab Services Commission (BSVI), the original connection to Clovernook came from a participant in one of our support groups who suggested she ask us for help. This support group participant brought Amanda to Clovernook during our Universal Low Vision Aids open house where she was...
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When Jesse first started receiving Clovernook services he was legally blind and facing many personal challenges. He had recently spent time in the hospital after being beaten and robbed in his home. Ultimately he lost his job, and at Jesse’s request, program services staff assisted him in getting help for his challenges. Jesse’s ongoing commitment to his rehabilitation paid off, and once things stabilized he requested our help to re-enter...
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The following is an email sent from one of Clovernooks constituents who had been working with our Computer Skills Instructor:

For the first time I begin to write you by using my own hands. What I mean is, I am typing you this letter on my very own computer. How about that? On August 13th this all the way down dude with the computer entered my WORLD. He came to my house and installed my computer and he began to teach me how...
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