June 6, 2023

Eight-year-old Josephine “Josie” is a spirited girl who enjoys all life has to offer. Josie has low vision and needs…

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Employee Spotlight: Stephanie Jones

February 14, 2023

Meet Stephanie Jones, communication skills instructor at Clovernook Center for the Blind & Visually Impaired in Memphis, Tennessee. A dedicated…

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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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Employee Spotlight: Mark Thielen

December 12, 2022

Meet Mark Thielen, a Clovernook Center for the Blind & Visually Impaired Utility Worker. He is a dedicated worker who…

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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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THE PERSPECTIVE: Arts Initiative Impacts Storytelling

November 4, 2022

Reading books is an enjoyable experience for children.  Print-braille books incorporate printed and braille pages embossed on see-through plastic for…

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THE PERSPECTIVE: Letter From our President/CEO Chris Faust

Children and adolescents with blindness or low vision can sometimes feel excluded or left out—forced to sit on the sidelines….

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THE PERSPECTIVE: It’s Dawson’s Time To Shine

Having an activity that a child can call their own is priceless.  That could not be more true for eight-year-old…

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