December 8, 2022
Tis the season for holiday gatherings with loved ones, but with an increase in social activities comes the chance for spreading of germs…and unfortunately getting sick. While at-home COVID-19 tests have been available to the public for some time now, those tests are not very accessible for those with vision...
November 18, 2022
-Keeping you “In the Know…” 11/18/22 Click here for a weekly archive of what's happening at CSC. Happy Thanksgiving and Thank You! -A most Happy Thanksgiving and Thank You to all CSC staff members, board trustees, clients, donors, volunteers and friends of the agency for your support during the year...
November 10, 2022
Do you wear glasses? Do you depend on Alexa or Siri to help you with tasks? Did you know those products are considered assistive technology? November is Assistive Technology Awareness Month, and Cleveland Sight Center is dedicating this blog to the cause. As the name implies, assistive technology (AT) is...
October 13, 2022
An article was published online in Crain’s Cleveland Business that features the advocacy efforts of Cleveland Sight Center, the story of the successful Medicaid coverage of the white cane and recent CARF recognition of these developments. Below is the full article text. What happens when organizations set very high goals...
April 14, 2017
Local Agency Partnering with Anthem to Make Health and Wellness More Accessible Cleveland, OHIO. April 12, 2017 – Cleveland Sight Center is pleased to partner with the United States Association of Blind Athletes and the Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield Foundation to implement the fifth iteration of the National Fitness...
October 20, 2016
Cleveland Sight Center Receives Grant from Cleveland Clinic Grant dollars will support CSC’s accessible camp, Highbrook Lodge, in Chardon, OH Cleveland Sight Center (CSC) today announced a community outreach partnership with Cleveland Clinic to support CSC’s mission of empowering people with vision loss to realize their full potential and to...
July 13, 2022
Reese was born in March 2021 through a normal pregnancy, although her family began to notice abnormal eye movements when she was 3 months old. A month later she was diagnosed with Osteopetrosis and Optic Nerve Hypoplasia meaning her optic nerves did not form properly, resulting in her having no...
April 19, 2022
Cleveland Sight Center provides programs and services to people of all ages (0-100) that are designed specifically for each person to reach his or her individual goals. Each individual has a unique experience based on their vision-related challenges, needs and goals. Michael Brown is the perfect example of this. Michael...