Clovernook recognizes that each person who comes to us for services brings their own unique set of experiences and expectations. Consequently our services are never "one size fits all", but individually designed to reflect your preferences and goals.
All direct service staff must be certified in CPR and first aid, and receive ongoing health and safety training such as universal precautions, consumer rights, as well as defensive driving and behavior support. All are trained in the HIPAA privacy laws and practices, and are obligated to adhere to Clovernook’s Code of Ethics as well as the ethical standards that apply in each of their disciplines.
At Clovernook, we do not want cost to be a barrier for anyone who can benefit from our assistance. Many of our services are paid for in part or full by third party funding sources such as Medicare, state and county funding, private donations, and foundation grants. In cases where outside funding is not available, we will meet with you to determine an affordable self-pay fee that is based on your income and ability to pay.
Administrative Staff (Cincinnati)
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Forms and Important Information
Clovernook Center for Blind and Visually Impaired's website has been designed to be as accessible as possible to all website visitors. As such this website has been created to be accessible to those with varying degrees of visual impairment and has been found to be compliant using the former Watchfire WebXact and Bobby systems. This site strives to be accessible to all, if you have found content that you are having difficulty accessing, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will address the issue.