VisionCorps offers clients hybrid services amid pandemic
Learn how VisionCorps shifted to continue providing services during the Covid-19 pandemic
Grocery Delivery Options
Several grocery pick-up or delivery services are available and can be very helpful during the pandemic. How do you pick the one that’s best for you?
Blind and visually impaired locals look to help by churning out masks
Sewing is an art that requires precision, but during a global pandemic, it can also be a way to stay employed. “[Without this] I’d probably be laid off,” Joseph Busia Jr. said. “This gives me a reason to get up in the morning. I feel I’m helping people.”
VisionCorps day camp provides opportunities for children with vision problems during coronavirus pandemic
The VisionCorps day camp provides opportunities for children with vision loss and is finding a way to still help children during the coronavirus pandemic. WGAL photojournalist Tyler Schwind visited the camp.
Low-Vision Tips on OT Podcast
Marlene Snow, a fellow low vision OT from Oklahoma, invited me to be her guest on a podcast she created, titled Low Vision OT Podcast. In my episode, which dropped on July 24, 2020, I highlighted VisionCorps and how our organization works with clients.
How blind and visually impaired people in Lancaster County are making a difference during the pandemic
They're some of the heroes of the pandemic—making masks and bottling disinfectants even while living with disabilities.
VisionCorps Produces Masks
VisionCorps is now producing non-surgical, reusable face masks to help during the COVID-19 pandemic. It has been awarded production orders and contracts by Lancaster County and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
WGAL Report on VisionCorps Mask Production
Find out how VisionCorps is making face masks to help out during the pandemic. WGAL-TV's Susan Shapiro stopped by the production workplace to interview Dennis Steiner, president and CEO, and workers about this project.
Nonprofits VisionCorps and Lancaster Cleft Palate Clinic feel impact of halted services
These stories were originally published near the beginning of April. Information may have changed. These vignettes will be published intermittently as part of a series on COVID-19's impact on nonprofits.