Miami Lighthouse For The Blind Helps Visually Impaired Get COVID-19 VaccineIt may have looked like any other vaccination site, but what made this one different Wednesday morning at the Miami Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired is that it recognized the difficulties the visually impaired have experienced through the pandemic and the vaccine effort.
No-Cost Eye Exams Offered To Students At KIPP Sunrise AcademyAn important opportunity for students at KIPP Sunrise Academy Tuesday morning, especially for those who aren't able to afford eye exams.
Mentoring Matters: Miami Lighthouse For The Blind Program Empowers Job Seekers With MentorsStephen Podley is responsible for checking the audio at Miami International Airport.
Miami March Marks 90th Annual "White Cane Day"Dozens of people took part in a march on Tuesday to mark the 90th annual "White Cane Day."
Miami Dolphins Give Locals Living With Blindness A Special Holiday GiftThe Miami Dolphins are helping to make the holiday’s life-changing for some South Floridians living with blindness.
Miami Lighthouse For Blind Score Thanks To MLB, MarlinsThe Miami Marlins and Major League Baseball have hit a homer by helping the children in Miami see.
Miami Lighthouse For The Blind Celebrates Huge MilestoneMiami Lighthouse for the Blind is celebrating a huge milestone. After 85 years of helping the blind community, they’re expanding in a big way to help young kids.
Blind Tech Exec Helps The Visually Impaired Watch TVA blind technology executive has created a product meant to help blind people watch television.
Focus On South Florida: Miami Lighthouse for the BlindThe Miami Lighthouse for the Blind has been around for 84 years.
Neighbors 4 Neighbors Receives Big Financial Boost From The Miami FoundationSixty two local non-profit organizations got a big boost from The Miami Foundation’s Community Grants initiative. The Foundation awarded one million dollars in funds and Neighbors 4 Neighbors was one of the lucky recipients.
'Cooking Without Looking' Teaches Culinary Skills To The Blind KidsIt may seem like an odd mix, bringing a cooking show out “into the wild” of Zoo Miami, but for someone like 12 year old Daniella Ghuraim, it’s a sensory experience that makes perfect, well, sense.