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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The Perspective: Dr. Sarah Lopper Making a Difference for Children with Low Vision

November 22, 2021

When you meet Dr. Sarah Lopper, you are immediately drawn to her warm smile and calm, gentle nature. “My mother…

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The Perspective: Low Vision Clinic Helps Drew See a Brighter Future

When Jessica Fannin’s son Drew was 12 weeks old, a single word changed the roadmap of his life. That word…

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EMPLOYEE SPOTLIGHT: DEANNA LEWIS

October 13, 2021

Meet Deanna, bindery associate at Clovernook Center for the Blind & Visually Impaired. Deanna began her career at Clovernook Center…

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Freedom the Guide Dog Puppy; A Poem by Deanna Lewis

September 28, 2021

As we conclude National Guide Dog Month, Clovernook Center’s Deanna Lewis shared a poem written from the perspective of a…

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Guide Dogs: Your Questions Answered

September 22, 2021

As animals, dogs offer people many benefits like companionship, comfort and security. For individuals who are blind and visually impaired,…

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What Happens When a Guide Dog Retires

September 14, 2021

Did you know that guide dogs actually retire after they have served their owners? Resident guide dog expert and Clovernook…

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Are you considering a guide dog?

September 1, 2021

Are you or someone you know considering a guide dog? A guide dog is specially trained to lead a person…

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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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