The objective of the Adaptive Equipment Program is to remove barriers allowing individuals to become independent, productive citizens of their community.
Assistive technology training provides blind and visually impaired individuals instructional based training for assistive and adaptive tools such as computer software and iDevices.
The Lighthouse College Preparatory Summer Program is an opportunity for graduating blind/visually impaired high school students to get a head start on college success.
Employment services provides job skills training as well as internal and external placements in a variety of workplace settings.
Independent living skills include the tasks and functions people perform in daily life to increase their independence and contribute to the family structure.
The Library Program is an opportunity for area libraries to receive sponsored equipment for people with low vision
The Low Vision Store is open to the public and features hundreds of items to assist people who are experiencing vision loss.
Microsoft Office training provides individuals with a skill set for expressing ideas, staying organized, solving problems, and connecting with people.
O&M instruction enables individuals of all ages and motor abilities to be oriented to their surroundings and to move as independently and safely as possible.
The purpose of the scholarship program is to provide educational scholarship assistance to eligible blind persons and their dependents who are residents of the 40 counties of East Texas.
The Lighthouse hosts many special events for blind and visually impaired individuals, with most specials events geared toward youth activities.
The purpose of vision awareness training is to give individuals better understanding and awareness of services provided to blind and visually impaired individuals.