Loyola University and Lighthouse Give Consumers a Place to Shine
For nearly 10 years, Lighthouse Louisiana has partnered with Loyola University to give individuals with disabilities meaningful employment. These consumers can be found in Loyola’s Resident Dining Orleans Room, where they work in the front of the house or behind the scenes as dishwashers, line staff and dining room attendants.
Vision Rehab, Making Mats in Fun 101
Vision Rehabilitation’s Fun 101 class meets every two weeks for an entertaining and interactive experience for Lighthouse’s blind and low-vision clients. Fun 101 provides a way to sharpen skills while playfully connecting with others. The class alternates between recreational activities, such as Yahtzee; trivia and yoga, and craft-making.
Lighthouse Employee Leads Tandem Bike Rides
When David Green first rode a tandem bike after going blind, he didn’t know what to expect. What he found was a renewed energy, stirring something inside of him that he wanted to share with others.
New Orleans Services and Manufacturing:
123 State Street
New Orleans, LA 70118
Baton Rouge Services:
One American Place
330 North Street
Baton Rouge, LA 70802
Baton Rouge Manufacturing:
2773 N Flannery Road
Baton Rouge, LA 70814