Stories Archive 2018-01-19T22:09:46+00:00

Refining restaurants one menu at a time: Monrovia teenager creates company to provide Braille menus

By Kayiu Wong, Pasadena Star News

Mason Fessenden’s favorite hometown restaurant

August 3rd, 2018|Categories: Los Angeles Stories|Comments Off on Refining restaurants one menu at a time: Monrovia teenager creates company to provide Braille menus

Meet John Phillips, a Vision-Impaired Professional Chef Who Shares His Skills at the Braille Institute

By Anita Rufus, CV Independent

I don’t cook. It’s not that

June 19th, 2018|Categories: Rancho Mirage Stories|Comments Off on Meet John Phillips, a Vision-Impaired Professional Chef Who Shares His Skills at the Braille Institute

CSUF Student And Award-Winning Artist Josephine Hernandez Overcomes Visual Impairment

By Lauren Diaz, Daily Titan

Josephine “Joey” Hernandez was a sophomore

March 23rd, 2018|Categories: Anaheim Stories|Comments Off on CSUF Student And Award-Winning Artist Josephine Hernandez Overcomes Visual Impairment

A Life Transformed from Tragedy to Hope

Earn Up to 9% Annual Income for Life

Providing Hope for Years to Come

Daughter Honors Father Every Month

Glad to Support “An Amazing Place”

What is Your Legacy?

From the President

Dear Friend,

Preparing Your Child For An Eye Exam

June 10th, 2016|Categories: Telephone Education Series-Audio|0 Comments