Since 1903, Clovernook Center for the Blind & Visually Impaired has provided life-enriching opportunities while empowering people who are blind or visually impaired to be self-sufficient and full participants in their communities. Our rich history has led to today’s progressive and caring campus-like environment, where blind and visually impaired adults and youth can thrive.

Adult programs, employment services and youth activities, as well as arts and recreation departments, provide critical services to those who need it. The Clovernook Braille Printing House produces books, magazines and other materials for the National Library Services and braille patrons worldwide, while providing employment opportunities for blind and visually impaired individuals. Click below to learn more about Clovernook Center.