Incredibly high rates of unemployment and underemployment among those who are blind can largely be explained by one simple fact - many employers simply [...]
“Learning braille is really important,” says Jessica Cummings, Braille Literacy Instructor and developer of the first remote braille training program offered at the Lighthouse. “The [...]
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Why National Disability Employment Awareness Month is Important Today, seven out of every ten adults who are blind are unemployed or significantly underemployed in the [...]
Tom was born and raised in Washington and has been blind since birth. He began his career at the Lighthouse on March 17th, 1980, just nine months after graduating from the Washington State School for the Blind.
Washington Talking Book and Braille Library Receives Mayor’s Award from Seattle Human Services Coalition
Courtesy of Paula Hoffman, Lighthouse Vice President of Government Affairs, and Disability Services Committee Member at Seattle Human Services Coalition Lighthouse Government Relations staff Mark [...]
Article courtesy of Christine Stabe, Front Office Administrator at INL I am delighted to be one of the first to join the Braille Ramblers here [...]