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Instructional Services
Activities of Daily Living & Communication Skills

A young impaired man learns to identify and place kitchen staples in a wall cabinet.

Diana Fatora, Recreation Specialist
Dee Sunderman, Coordinator of Program Services
Scott Wallace, M.F.A., Recreation Specialist

Our Memphis Instructional Services Department consists of three specialized instructors. Our orientation and mobility specialist is certified through ACVREP. Our computer skills instructor has over nine years of experience in the Windows environment working with individuals with visual impairments and additional disabilities as well as training JAWS scripting. Clovernook's communication skills instructor has been a Braille user all her life and is certified as a Braille Transcriptionist.

Aletta Roebuck, COMS, Orientation and Mobility Specialist
Majid Kahn, Technology Specialist

Recreation Services
Recreation Services Clovernook-Cincinnati's Recreational Services provide a powerful outlet to support our mission.

Our programs enable individuals to express themselves artistically, share personal insights and join together with others who face similar challenges. Participants in our programs are part of a nurturing, therapeutic environment where they can learn, create and most importantly have fun.

Clovernook's Recreational Services offer weekly art classes including ceramics, painting and copper enameling. Our classes are open to anyone who is blind or visually impaired, regardless of previous art experience.

Clovernook's artists have been featured in exhibitions across the country and we're now proud to host our own gallery. The Willoughby Gallery, housed in Cincinnati's Procter Center, features art by persons who are blind or visually impaired and art that is tactile, allowing greater access to individuals who are blind or visually impaired. The artwork on display in The Willoughby Gallery is available for purchase. In addition, Clovernook enjoys partnerships with other arts organizations and works with museums to make them more friendly for people with visual impairments.

Clovernook's Recreational Services offers a full calendar of monthly activities ranging from bowling to meals, crafts to audio-described movies and are available at minimal cost to our consumers who meet eligibility requirements for services.

Please contact Scott Wallace, Recreational Specialist at 513-728-6235 or swallace@clovernook.org for details, or check our events page for upcoming activities.

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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 accessibility@clovernook.org and we will address the issue.

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