Sports and Exercise Tips for People Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired

People who are blind or visually impaired can live a sporting life and enjoy a full range of activities. Whether it’s bowling or baseball, golf or dancing, biking or martial

Optical devices and vision rehabilitation may help you adapt

See Better With Low-Vision Solutions About 4 million older adults are believed to have low vision–vision impairment that can’t be corrected with glasses or contact lenses. For people who have

Why People Who Are Blind Need COVID-19 Vaccinations Now

Lighthouse Guild Calls for States to Expand Eligibility and Access Who should be next in line to be vaccinated against COVID-19 in the United States? In some states, people with

Vision for Life Virtual Forum: What You Need to Know to Prevent Vision Loss During COVID-19 and Beyond

  Dr. April Jasper and Dr. Terrence P. O’Brien join Dr. Calvin W. Roberts to provide insights on what you can do to maintain good eye health and preserve vision

Fantastic New Tech for People With Low Vision or Blindness

Innovative devices help those with sight-stealing eye conditions navigate the world Low vision affects an estimated 12 million adults over 40 in the U.S., often due to issues such as macular

Living with Vision Challenges During COVID-19

Lighthouse Guild partnered with The Abyssinian Baptist Church Golden Life & the Abyssinian Health Ministries to present a virtual forum. Presentations include: Lighthouse Guild: What We Do Calvin W. Roberts,

Vision for Life: A Virtual Forum Dealing with Vision Impairment During COVID-19

A virtual forum on the impact of COVID-19 on the lives of people living with vision impairment and blindness, and ways in which Lighthouse Guild and the field, in general, has responded.

How Technology Helps Visually Impaired Navigate Social Distancing World

As businesses begin to open up and restrictions are lifted, New Yorkers will have to navigate a completely different world. Navigating social distancing is a challenge, but it’s especially difficult for

Tips to Help People with Vision Loss Safely Practice Social Distancing During COVID-19

Social distancing and other guidelines related to COVID-19 present unique challenges – and possible safety hazards — for people who are blind or have vision loss. For example, signage or

Adult Day Health Care Helps People Remain Safe at Home

Most people prefer to remain independent, live in their own homes or communities, maintain family/friendship ties and keep stress manageable despite ongoing issues. However, people who live alone can suffer