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Eye Drop 2022: Nantanya Sortland to rappel 10-story building for charity

Natanya Sortland, dressed as Lady Liberty, ready to begin her rappel from a 10-story building in Eye...

Ready, Aim, Shoot!

See how students with vision impairments learned archery

I volunteer because … I think I can make a difference

Reed Auker, man on right with baseball cap and dark blue coat opens the van door for Katarina Eller,...

When Jude Lucien writes his book, VisionCorps will stand out

Winter Weather Tips

Winter weather travel requires some advance preparation.

Planes, Trains, & Canes in the U.S. and Abroad

Katarina Eller Offers Orientation & Mobility Training

What do we do at VisionCorps? Here’s a short video to learn more!

Check us out at VisionCorps: We provide employment, services, and more!

Maribel Surita Receives Workplace Recognition

Maribel Surita receives workplace recognition by the Lancaster County Employment Coalition in honor ...

The Magnifier Fall 2021

Read about going to the theater and listening to audio descriptions of performances, accessibility o...

Hadley Presents Podcast: A Conversation with the Experts About Topics Unique to Vision Loss

Podcast with new episodes dropped regularly

Insights Spring/Summer 2021

Learn to use technology, with help, to live and work independently. Find out how VisionCorps is maki...

Blind People Can’t See Color but Understand It the Same Way as Sighted People

Research from Johns Hopkins University, 2021

Kayaking adventure weekend

Mike Hora: Man with Severe Vision Loss Set to Rappel 10 Stories in Lancaster

Ready to Rock and Roll: LNP intern rappels with Jesse Miller

His Summer Vacation is an Internship at VisionCorps

Clinton Tyler: He Looks Forward to Future Challenges

Clinton Tyler, production supervisor in the Lancaster warehouse, wants to see his employees advance....

The Magnifier Summer 2021

Learn about grocery and home delivery services available in your area, and choose one that works for...

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