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Expanding Horizons

Lighthouse first interviewed author and Lighthouse client, Ray Hazel, in the fall of 2020. Since that time, Ray has continued to work and train ... continue reading

Tools in Your Toolbox

It doesn’t take long to figure out that Angie Robinson has a true passion for helping and advocating for others. She has dedicated most ... continue reading

Losing Sight Doesn’t Mean Losing Independence

Not long after Tom turned eighteen, he started having back pain. Then one day the back pain led to some far worse; Tom had ... continue reading

Life’s Silver Linings

It’s hard not to smile and laugh when spending time with Michael. He’s the type of individual that seems to find the positive in ... continue reading

Learning and Thriving in Florida

Moving out-of-state is never easy, especially during a global pandemic, but moving to a new town, unsure of what services will be available to ... continue reading

A Lifetime Love of Learning

Aubrey Sykes has experienced adversity and triumphs all his life, which has prepared him for one of his biggest challenges yet: overcoming vision loss. ... continue reading

Learning to Live Blind

Losing sight is never easy but as one Lighthouse client points out, getting the proper education and training can help in the process. Alex ... continue reading

Ray Hasn’t Stopped Drumming Along

Very few people find their passion as a young child but for Ray, he did just that. Born and raised in New Jersey to ... continue reading

Brianna’s Bright Future is Ahead

Vision loss from birth has its own unique challenges. Brianna was diagnosed with Retinopathy of prematurity 18 years ago. But the loss of vision ... continue reading

Greg Takes Nothing for Granted

Honor Greg’s service by supporting his independence! As a young boy, Greg loved to read. His mother, who taught him, made it so much ... continue reading