Traveling with a Guide Dog

September 15, 2023

Many blind people travel on a regular basis for business and/or pleasure. Having a guide dog by the handler’s side…

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Local Teen Finds Niche at Clovernook Center’s Summer Camp

Tai Stewart, 13, has always been athletic. As a young child, he played several sports like tennis and Little League…

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Why I am a Guide Dog User

September 5, 2023

The decision to become a guide dog user is very individual and it’s not for every blind or visually impaired…

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Ohio Student Competes at National Braille Challenge Finals

August 4, 2023

In June, 15-year-old MaKenzie Love, of Commercial Point, Ohio, had the opportunity to participate in the National Braille Challenge Finals…

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Clovernook Center Hires Vice President of Advancement

July 11, 2023

Clovernook Center for the Blind & Visually Impaired announces the hire of a new Vice President of Advancement who brings…

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Employee Spotlight: Lisa Hall

June 20, 2023

Meet Lisa Hall, Braille Proofreader at Clovernook Center for the Blind & Visually Impaired. Lisa proofreads magazines in braille before…

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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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James Woodruff: Employee Spotlight

March 8, 2023

Meet James Woodruff, Utility Worker at Clovernook Center for the Blind & Visually Impaired. He is responsible for putting together…

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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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