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Address:111 East 59th Street New York NY 10022
Telephone(s):(800) 829-0500 (212) 821-9200
Fax: (212) 821-9707
World Wide Web: http://www.lighthouse.org
The Lighthouse is dedicated to enabling people who are partially sighted or blind to lead independent lives in the work place and in leisure and social activities. A variety of programs are offered, including independent living skills, career services, counseling and testing, support services, education, low-vision and medical services, leisure services and products.
Mon - Fri, 9 am- 5 pm
Individuals with severe visual impairments that limit their ability to perform ordinary tasks are eligible. Customers need not be certified as legally blind.
Report from ophthalmologist or optometrist and medical report.
Access for People with Disabilities:Wheelchair ramp at entrance; multiple floors; grab bars in restrooms; special elevator control buttons; lowered telephones.
Services Offered:Benefits Assistance, Career Awareness, Computer Classes, Continuing Education, Day Care, Early Intervention for Children with Disabilities/Delays, Health Care, Independent Living Skills Instruction, Job Search / Placement, Job Training, Libraries, Mental Health Care and Counseling, Recreational / Leisure / Arts Instruction, Recreational Activities,
Target Groups(By Need):Visual Impairments,