Employee Spotlight: Stephanie Jones

April 22, 2021

Chances are if you’ve been to a Clovernook Center virtual or in-person event, you’ll recognize this month’s Employee Spotlight, Stephanie…

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Employee Spotlight: Dawn Thomas

March 19, 2021

Meet Dawn Thomas, a Clovernook Center for the Blind & Visually Impaired employee for 36 years. After learning of Clovernook…

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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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The Perspective: 3 Lessons Imprinted from Teaching Braille

November 13, 2020

As a certified teacher of the visually impaired, Marianne Denning has worked with people from ages 4 to 103, yet…

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

November 12, 2020

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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Different Types of Working Dogs – Do You Know the Difference?

September 25, 2020

Did you know that there is a difference between a Service Animal, a Guide Dog, a Therapy Dog, and an…

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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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Clovernook Center Collaborates with P&G to Distribute Essential Items to the Blind & Visually Impaired Across the Nation

September 14, 2020

CINCINNATI – Clovernook Center for the Blind & Visually Impaired (Clovernook Center) announced it has recently collaborated with Procter &…

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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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