The Perspective: Making a Lasting Gift

June 27, 2022

For more than 115 years, Clovernook Center for the Blind & Visually Impaired has occupied a special place throughout our…

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The Perspective: Laylah Doesn’t Hold Back Any Punches

Kids love to play sports.  This is no exception for nine-year-old Laylah.  She was first introduced to the Adaptive Sports…

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Employee Spotlight: Jeff Johnson

December 16, 2021

Meet Jeff Johnson, Facilities & Safety Manager at Clovernook Center. Jeff does a lot of heavy lifting at Clovernook Center…

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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: November Letter from Clovernook Center’s President

How do you define “bold” in a visually impaired world? At Clovernook Center, it could mean snow skiing one day…

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EMPLOYEE SPOTLIGHT: RYAN MILLER

November 16, 2021

Meet Ryan Miller, a certified proofreader for Clovernook Center’s Braille Printing House. He works tirelessly to meet the high standards…

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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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Clovernook Center Announces Grants to Fund Initiatives, Provide Services for Customers and Art Institutions

June 29, 2021

Grant awards total more than $325,000 to improve the lives of the blind and visually impaired CINCINNATI  – Clovernook Center…

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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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