THE PERSPECTIVE: Letter From our President/CEO Chris Faust

November 4, 2022

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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THE PERSPECTIVE: Making a Lasting Gift To Clovernook Center

For nearly 120 years, Clovernook Center for the Blind & Visually Impaired has held a distinctive place in our hearts…

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The Perspective: Youth Camps at Clovernook Center

June 27, 2022

Clovernook Center will host summer camps for children who are blind or have low vision, ages 10-16, on July 18th-22nd…

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The Perspective: Letter From our President/CEO Chris Faust

Children who are blind or visually impaired benefit from opportunities that make them feel included in their community. Clovernook Center’s…

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The Perspective: Former Board Chair’s Impact Is Transformational

Mike Ehrensberger served as Chairman of the Board at Clovernook Center until April of this year.  As the driving force…

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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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Staff Spotlight: Brian Anderson

May 17, 2022

Meet Brian Anderson, Clovernook Center’s Arts & Accessibility Coordinator. He works with cultural institutions to make their programs and products…

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Staff Spotlight: Join Us in Welcoming Two to our Development Department

April 18, 2022

Clovernook Center for the Blind & Visually Impaired is pleased to announce the hiring of two new team members, Dr….

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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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