Facts About Low Vision You Need to Know

February 23, 2021

The month of February is important to Clovernook Center, as we use this month to bring awareness to low vision….

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Employee Spotlight: Juandez Scruggs, Collator Operator

February is Low Vision Awareness Month, and in recognition of this important observation, we’d like you to meet Juandez Scruggs….

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Braille Alphabet Guide

January 18, 2021

Download your Braille Alphabet Guide PDF here.

The Perspective: Clovernook Employees Make a National Impression

November 12, 2020

When The New York Times decided to publish a special issue commemorating the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities…

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The Perspective: ‘Grammar Maven’ Cissy Lincoln Proves Every Word Counts

Cissy Lincoln is the kind of person who speaks in exclamation points. But please, don’t over-use them in your writing….

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Guide Dogs Vs. White Canes: The Comprehensive Comparison

September 18, 2020

A person who is blind or visually impaired has many choices for assistive support to help guide them in their…

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Guide Dog Etiquette: What you should and shouldn’t do

September 10, 2020

You see a beautiful yellow lab sitting by his handler at the doctor’s office and it is understandably tempting to…

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The Labor of Being a Guide Dog

September 4, 2020

Happy Labor Day! It’s a holiday that is not only observed by human workers – guide dogs can celebrate it…

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The Perspective: One Giant Step for Adelle and Other Kids: New Adaptive Sports

June 18, 2020

The sixth step was the charm. Adelle was five steps into her rock-climbing experience, Clovernook Center’s monthly Adaptive Sports event,…

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Navigating Safely in a Pandemic World

May 27, 2020

The world looks quite different now in the wake of the COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) pandemic. If you happen to be…

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