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Innovating Interdependence: A Consumer Spotlight: Sprint 2022, CLB Consumer, Charlene

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Building to Serve: A Consumer Spotlight: Fall 2021, CLB Consumer, Rosalind Mackall

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Building to Serve: A Consumer Spotlight: Fall 2021, CLB Consumer, Rosalind Mackall How did you get introduced to CLB? Rosalind: Many years ago, someone introduced me to CLB.  Afterward, I had trainings on assistive technology and my computer (audible software).  What has been your journey of services?   Rosalind: Recently, through Annie, the Associate Director […]

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Volunteer Appreciation Month, April 2021

Volunteer Appreciation Month, April 2021

As we honor our volunteers this April, Volunteer Appreciation Month, we highlights these two service details shared by Melissa Bryant and Chris Willson. Melissa Bryant: How did you navigate this global pandemic as a virtual volunteer? At the onset of the COVID- 19 pandemic, I continued to volunteer as usual, visiting the apartment of Marianne, […]

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Charlie Short Jr.: Consumer Testimonial

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TESTIMONIAL – CHARLIE SHORT, JR. Thank you very much for giving me the wonderful opportunity to help improve my Office 365 skills with JAWS.  The trainer, Hanan Abd,  is delightful and knowledgeable.  I’m able to cut, copy and paste in Excel, and find out the sums and averages. Wow, what a wonderful and knowledgeable person […]

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Edgar Tyler: Consumer Testimonial

Edgar Tyler: Consumer Testimonial

ANNA QUINT (CLB): When did you start working with Annie Linda (CLB Manager, Rehabilitation Services – Vision Rehab Therapist/Orientation & Mobility Instructor)? EDGAR TYLER: I began working with Annie Linda in October 2019.  ANNA QUINT (CLB): Can you tell me about your vision condition? EDGAR TYLER: I have glaucoma and cataracts. I am fully blind; […]

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Kirsta McCullough: Regaining my Independence with CLB

Kirsta McCullough: Regaining my Independence with CLB

A Testimonial from Kirsta McCullough Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind (CLB) became my primary resource for services when I moved back into the Washington, DC area from Florida. I initially continued orientation and mobility training which is vital for my independence, confidence, and living a rich and full life. In order to navigate a new […]

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