Dr. Susan Weinstein discussing Women’s Eye Health on SiriusXM “Beyond the Heart”

Dr. Susan Weinstein discussing women’s eye health and other vision-related topics on SiriusXM Radio “Beyond the Heart”.

Understanding Vision Loss: What Social Workers Need to Know

by Steve Reinhardt, LCSW and AnneMarie O’Hearn, MPA Stephen Reinhard, LCSW, has been with Lighthouse Guild since 1975. He has been the Director of Lighthouse Guild’s Psychiatric Clinic since 2004.

Set Your Sights on Vision Rehab

“Set Your Sights on Vision Rehab” Facebook Live Event Co-hosted by Lighthouse Guild, National Eye Institute and the American Optometric Association February is Low Vision Awareness Month. To celebrate this

Women’s Eye Health Tips

April Is Women’s Eye Health and Safety Month It is easy to take vision for granted. However, it’s important for everyone to pay attention to their eye health. During April,

Diabetes Awareness Month

In recognition of Diabetes awareness month, The National Eye Institute (NEI) and Lighthouse Guild are presenting a social media campaign to raise awareness about the disease’s devastating effect on vision and what can be done to prevent vision loss.

Vision Rehabilitation after a Stroke: The Importance of Occupational Therapy

Stroke, or cerebrovascular accident (CVA) is a variety of disorders characterized by the sudden onset of neurological deficits caused by vascular injury to the brain. People may experience loss of motor, neurological and perceptual function, as well as double vision, blurring, headaches, or inability to detect obstacles.

Asthma – A Quick Guide

Asthma is a chronic lung disease that intermittently inflames and narrows the airways. People with asthma may experience wheezing, breathlessness, chest tightness, and coughing when the airways narrow.

Chemical Dependency /Substance Abuse

Substance abuse is a medical term used to describe a pattern of using something, either illegal or legal that causes significant problems or distress.


Nearly 26 million people in the United States have diabetes, and almost 80 million more are at risk. You may not know you are at risk. Some symptoms of diabetes are not easy to notice, but include getting really tired, being really thirsty or having wounds that heal slowly.

Heart Disease and High Blood Pressure

Whether you’re a man or a woman, heart disease is the leading cause of disability and death in the United States. Take control of your health and either prevent heart disease or manage your condition.