Two Ohio Students Advance to Braille Challenge Finals

May 23, 2024

Two Ohio students will advance to the Braille Challenge Finals – a global competition that challenges youth who are blind…

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Clovernook Center Awarded Grants Totaling Nearly $344,000

April 12, 2024

Clovernook Center for the Blind & Visually Impaired announced today that it has been awarded 13 grants totaling $343,964 to…

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Clovernook Center is “Unbelievable”

January 19, 2024

Tony and Beth Maccani have three beautiful girls, Vivien (5), Lucy (4) and Mae (3). “When Lucy was about nine…

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THE PERSPECTIVE: LETTER FROM OUR PRESIDENT/CEO CHRIS FAUST

November 15, 2023

It’s that time of year; a time of togetherness, gratitude and celebration. We are celebrating all that you have made…

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Tactile Literacy Initiative Returns to East Africa

Clovernook Center is working to get accessible materials into the hands of children with blindness or low vision in East…

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Local Teen Gives Back Through Eagle Scout Project

A local teen with low-vision is using his involvement in Scouts to help support Clovernook Center. Noah Krabach, 17, has…

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Single Mother Finds Passion Serving BVI Community

Armed with a background in education, a single mother of a profoundly visually impaired daughter was inspired to give back…

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A Teen with Many Talents

November 2, 2023

A local teen doesn’t allow low vision to slow him down; he’s active with sports, Scouts and has big aspirations…

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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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