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The Lighthouse of Houston offers a variety of programs for youth and adults who are blind or visually impaired.  Our programs are structured to increase the quality of life and experiences through establishing community independence and develop community for the blind.  Lighthouse programs provide services that identify and develop the individual strengths and needs of each person with visual disabilities so they may reach their full emotional, social and educational potential.



Multi-Care Adult Day Care Program

Multi-Care is a licensed adult day program for individuals ages 18 and up who are blind or visually impaired. The program has an Activity Director and is focused on enhancing the client's quality of life and independence through participation in activities including arts and crafts, swimming, exercise, games, pet therapy and music.  Health supervision is provided by a Registered Nurse who monitors diet, vital signs and medication management.

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Family Events

Summer day camp programs, parents' night out, and swim lessons provide opportunities for blind and visually impaired children to participate in recreational activities in a safe and supportive environment with positive experiences that stimulate their development, growth and independence.

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Summer Camp

The Lighthouse Summer Day Camp program is for children who are blind or visually impaired and between the ages of 5-10 years old. Through participation in this program the youth build and develop social skills, self-esteem, character and independence through participating in a wide variety of activities.

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Shelly Zander
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"I am the adoptive mother of twins born prematurely with disabilities. When Anthony was two years old, I enrolled him in swim lessons at the Lighthouse of Houston. Recreation therapists worked with Anthony, who was not yet walking, to teach him all the pieces that must come together for one to swim. Not only did Anthony learn to swim, but he also took his first steps three months after starting swim lessons. He was 27 months old. To this day, I attribute Anthony’s ability to walk to the recreation therapy he received in the pool at the Lighthouse of Houston. "
Maureen Croft


Vision & Health

Our Vision & Health services include a Vision Clinic, Diabetes Education, Behavior Health Services and Support Groups.

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Education & Employment

It all starts with education and the Lighthouse of Houston provides education and training to individuals who are visually impaired or blind.

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Resources & Housing

Our Reflections Store has a large selection of adaptive aids. We also have two Independent Living Centers as well as an Assisted Living facility.

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