We want to give a huge thank you the San Antonio Junior Forum for a grant of $1,497 to be used to purchase a Tactipad for the Children’s Lending Library! Thank you to our supporters who make it possible for our programs to progress and innovate.
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS – Cynthia Watson, a 20-year veteran advocate for empowering people who are blind, has been named President & CEO of SA Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired, says Marco P. Aldaz, San Antonio Lighthouse Board Chairman. Watson, who is blind herself, was the top finalist in a national search that drew… [Read More]
Here’s an awesome article discussing tips for helping people with disabilities relocate that are very interesting! The article covers some topics including: Making sure that the person actually wants your help, come up with a plan for moving day, talk to the insurance company, and much more.If you or anyone you know is moving soon,… [Read More]
San Antonio Lighthouse for the Blind is recognizing the 25th anniversary of the AbilityOne Base Supply Center® (BSC) program by highlighting the workplace capabilities of people who are blind and their support of our nation’s military and federal government. San Antonio Lighthouse for the Blind provides meaningful employment and career opportunities for people who are… [Read More]
JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-LACKLAND, Texas – In late February, as the COVID-19 pandemic began to take a stronger foothold in the United States, 2nd Lt. Himanshu Chopra, the 502nd Logistics Readiness Squadron’s flight commander of material management, began manning the Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland Emergency Operations Center as Emergency Support Function 1/7, working logistics and transportation. His… [Read More]