Employee Spotlight: Deanna Lewis

January 17, 2023

Meet Deanna Lewis, a Bindery Associate at Clovernook Center for the Blind & Visually Impaired. Deanna started her career as…

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Jesse’s Fun Experience

November 21, 2022

The magnificent sound of children playing and laughing could be heard during youth camps this year. Clovernook Center for the…

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Building Confidence is Life Changing

Confidence and high self-esteem are important for children to succeed in life. It can be a challenge, and some may…

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Drake’s Exploration

Children with low vision should be embraced for their uniqueness. They want the same acceptance as you and me, but…

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Groundbreaking Eyewear Technology Available for Children with Low Vision

October 3, 2022

Clovernook Center for the Blind & Visually Impaired is proud to announce an innovative eyewear resource available for youth with…

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National Guide Dog Month: Karen’s Story

September 27, 2022

Before the partnership of a handler and a working guide dog takes place, another partnership has already occurred; that of…

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From Puppy to Guide Dog: A Pup’s Journey

September 14, 2022

Guide dogs are born to work. They love their jobs and they are capable of doing so many amazing things….

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A Day in the Life of a Guide Dog

August 31, 2022

By: Mambo (the guide dog) Lewis Hello, my name is Mambo; I am Deanna Lewis’ Guide Dog. I work at…

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My Experience at the Ohio Regional Braille Challenge

February 21, 2022

Guest blog by Camryn Gattuso, past Ohio Regional Braille Challenge participant and winner. Clovernook Center asked Camryn to write about…

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Employee Spotlight: Dez Scruggs

February 15, 2022

DON’T BE AFRAID TO STEP OUTSIDE OF YOUR COMFORT ZONE If Juandez could relay a message to kids, or anyone,…

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