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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Employee Spotlight: Barb Easterling

September 14, 2021

Say hello to Barb! Barbara (Barb) Easterling is a Bindery Associate in the Braille Printing House at Clovernook Center and…

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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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Ten Facts About Braille

June 21, 2021

Most people may think that braille is just raised letters on a page, but braille is much more complex than…

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Employee Spotlight: Timur Tilman

June 17, 2021

Meet Timur Tilman, Press Machine Operator at Clovernook Center for the Blind & Visually Impaired. Timur has worked here at…

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Healthy Vision Month Facts

May 19, 2021

It’s Healthy Vision Month! The month of May is Healthy Vision Month, a month very near and dear to the…

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Employee Spotlight: Fred Neurohr, Ophthalmology Program Coordinator

August 24, 2020

For the last year, Fred Neurohr has served as the Program Coordinator for the Pediatric Low Vision Clinic at Clovernook…

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Tech Spotlight: A Closer Look at Digital Braille

July 30, 2020

In addition to producing embossed braille copies of The New York Times’ special ADA section, Clovernook Center’s Braille Printing House…

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Employee Spotlight: Isaac Ferguson, Quality Control Manager

July 24, 2020

Once stay-at-home orders were issued, the COVID-19 pandemic posed many challenges for the staff of Clovernook Center for the Blind…

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The New York Times: 30th Anniversary of the ADA Coverage

FOR RELEASE: Clovernook Center Collaborates with The New York Times on  30th Anniversary of the ADA Coverage Clovernook Center is…

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