[NFBC-Info] LightHouse for the Blind Monthly Calendar May 2020

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LightHouse for the Blind San Francisco Monthly Calendar May 2020

** Adaptations Store News
Photo Caption: LightHouse’s Adaptations Store with a door open.
The Adaptations Store will open for online business starting this Friday, May 1. We will be returning with some newly-extended, weekday hours and a 10% off, site-wide sale.

Visit us at adaptations.org (http://adaptations.org/) .

** Caring Calls from LightHouse
Photo Caption: A red and blue logo of the outline of a heart with the outline of a home in the middle of the heart to represent and says "stay home" to the right.
“I’m so glad that you called.” – said Isabelle, a LightHouse community member in response to a recent “CARE CALL”

Being blind or visually impaired can be isolating. Even prior to the pandemic we are currently facing, far too many people who are blind stay at home, fearful of going out in the world.

Under ordinary circumstances LightHouse works relentlessly to combat this isolation, bringing blind people together in immersive classes and growing a community of support, learning and engagement. But now, as we do our part to flatten and lengthen the curve, LightHouse is finding new and meaningful ways to keep making life-changing connections, despite the limitations of “shelter in place.”

In response to the mandated social distancing which closed LightHouse offices in March, LightHouse has begun making “Caring Calls.” Almost 1/3 of our staff are making thousands of calls to LightHouse community members, checking in on their mental and physical wellbeing. Staff compiled resource lists for all twelve Bay Area counties with information on getting groceries, eviction and legal resources and transit information. The calls let people know about our new remote programming to foster dialogue, encourage our communities use of accessible tech to stay connected, ideas on how to maintain fitness and a host of new options for blind people of all ages. For example, Coffee with Mike Cole, a weekly in-person get together at the LightHouse where people talk about a variety of topics, is now offered by Zoom and phone. In this time of seclusion this opportunity for comradery has proven quite popular, and participation has tripled. Some students are even opting to receive a regular call from a volunteer who checks-in on how they are doing.

Isabelle, a 67-year-old student visited the LightHouse to learn white cane skills last year. In a recent call she told us that although she was doing fine and had moved in with her family to ensure that she has ready access to meals, she still felt tremendously displaced and disconnected. The LightHouse staff member was able to refer Isabelle to a LightHouse counselor to receive therapy from afar through this hard time.

** Hands-On Goes Virtual (online)
Photo Caption: Several homemade cloth masks.
By Caitlin O’Malior, Alternate Media Specialist

With the outbreak of the coronavirus and strict orders on social distancing, the world around us is changing the way we are operating in order to conduct business as usual. The dedicated staff at LightHouse has welcomed the challenge and have been offering a variety of virtual programs and workshops via the online application Zoom. One of the star programs in our virtual lineup is our Independent Living Skills (ILS) workshop, Hands-On, hosted by a dynamic duo of ILS specialists, Bobbi Pompey and Dawn Leeflang. Every Friday morning from 10:00 for an hour and a half LightHouse students from all over the Bay Area call in on their phones or internet devices to learn ILS “life hacks” through interactive instruction and discussions with the group leaders.

“Hands-On” is not new to LightHouse students, but Bobbi and Dawn have significantly expanded their program from a monthly workshop offered at two separate LightHouse sites to a weekly workshop. Over the past few weeks Hands-On has gained a huge following. The most attended workshop thus far has been the COVID-19 and Emergency Preparedness course. The instructors discussed what essential items should be included in emergency “Go Bags,” how and where to obtain these items, and, perhaps the most relevant and requested ILS tip, how to make simple and effective face masks from items found in your home.

“We have had to create the virtual workshops with a short turnaround time; we did not have the curriculum for Zoom workshops in our back pocket, so we had to improvise quickly.” says instructor Dawn Leeflang. “’In Case of Emergency’ was initially going to focus on basic Emergency Preparedness, but we expanded it to include Shelter in Place guidelines related to the current COVID-19 emergency, including making a simple face mask.”

Hands On regular, Cheryl P. says, “I find the program very informative. It keeps me up to date on information… Being at home right now, it’s just me. So, this also gives me the opportunity to connect with other people.”

Many students agree, the ability to connect and interact with one another has been just as valuable as the skills and information discussed in the workshops. There has been a noticeable increase in participation. Some students with limited mobility or travel options have found the virtual workshops more accessible than the traditional in-person workshops. “The expansion of online services and programs has helped LightHouse staff and students stay connected, informed, and contributive to the blind community.

“Virtual workshops are something I definitely want to continue developing and offering, moving forward,” says Leeflang.

If you are learning about Hands-On for the first time and are kicking yourself for missing the essential “At Home Face Masks” instructions, the steps can be found by following this link to a PDF (http://lighthouse-sf.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Hands-On-Workshop-In-Case-of-Emergency.pdf) created by ILS instructor Dawn Leeflang.

Here are the topics for the Hands-on series throughout May:
May 1: A Taste of Cinco de Mayo (https://www.gannett-cdn.com/presto/2020/03/24/PLSJ/aa9fed4b-2751-4d80-94af-c2f302c4696a-Clothmask_ClaireWhite_Charlotte.jpg?width=540&height=&fit=bounds&auto=webp)
Come celebrate Cinco de Mayo with us as we prepare a few festive foods. Dawn Leeflang will do a demonstration of how to prepare quesadillas while explaining the basics of stove-top safety. Afterwards, Bobbi Pompey will demonstrate methods of making the perfect Margarita, complete with flavor variations, non-alcoholic versions, and techniques for pouring shots non-visually. Lastly, students will prepare their own pitcher of refreshing Aguas Frescas! Please come to class with a pitcher or container to store your Fresca, sugar or some other sweetener, and fruit. Fruit can be fresh, frozen, or canned.

May 8: Folding Frenzy (https://lighthouse-sf.org/mc-events/hands-on-goes-virtual-online-3/?mc_id=6388)
Brush up on those tactile skills while learning how to make beautiful and practical creations. The class will begin with methods of folding dinner napkins into decorative shapes and end with folding paper into whimsical origami. Students should come to class with a fabric dinner napkin or a heavy duty paper towel, one set of silverware, and paper. You can use plain printer paper, colored construction paper, wrapping paper or any other paper you have around the house.

May 15: Sewing Made Simple (https://lighthouse-sf.org/mc-events/hands-on-goes-virtual-online-4/?mc_id=6389)
Join us as we tackle sewing basics like threading a needle and putting on a button in this week’s installment of Hands On! Sewing has several practical uses and even more fun ones. We’ll start with the basics and by the end you will have made a soothing hot/cold compress for your eyes. This compress can be put in the microwave or the freezer and be used to ease headaches/migraines or as a way to relax and unwind. compress. Materials for this workshop will be mailed out to you, so in order to receive your materials you must RSVP before noon on Friday May 8th.

May 22- Keep it Cute: Maintaining Your Appearance as We Shelter in Place (https://lighthouse-sf.org/mc-events/hands-on-goes-virtual-online-5/?mc_id=6390)
Hair salons, barber shops, nail salons, waxing businesses, and other grooming/beauty related establishments are now closed as we all shelter in place and do our parts to flatten the curve. But, that does not mean you have to go without. Join us as we discuss several ways of maintaining your personal appearance from the comfort of your own home. We’ll cover adapted techniques for applying nail polish, trimming split ends, and tweezing your eyebrows. Making a DIY scrub that can be used on your face, hands, or body will be our closing activity. Please be prepared for class with measuring spoons, sugar, honey is desired and oil. Olive, coconut, avocado, jojoba, vitamin E, grape seed, or any other oil that can be used on the skin can be used for this scrub.

May 29: Hands On Hiatus
There will be no Hands On Workshop this week. Join us on June 5 for our next workshop.

** LightHouse offers specialized help with Be My Eyes
Photo Caption: The Be My Eyes logo.
If you’re not yet familiar with the BeMyEyes app, check it out on the App store or Google Play. The idea is brilliant in its simplicity. A blind or visually impaired person needs help finding out what’s in a can, or how to use the washing machine in an unfamiliar hotel laundry for example. Simply open the Be My Eyes app, tap or double tap to call using video, and more than two million plus volunteers around the world are a resource open to you. They have signed up to take video calls to help blind and visually impaired people with visual information. BeMyEyes is a free app and free service for all.

Recently, specialized help has also been available through the app. So if your difficulty is with your Microsoft product, you can choose to contact their technical support from a list within the app. And soon, LightHouse will also be listed as an option to call on for specialized help.

Choose LightHouse from the list and you will be video calling directly to one of our helpful staff. Have a question you’d like to ask about our programs? Be My Eyes us. Want some more info about one of our events? Be My Eyes us. We’re eager to talk to you, and soon there will be one more way to reach us. Look for our official launch in mid-May!

** A list of all LightHouse events this month

Health and Wellness Programs

** Yoga Alignment Flow (online)
LightHouse Yoga Instructor Kimm Ropicky knows that now, more than ever, it’s vital to our health and well-being to get some movement into our lives. Kimm is extending her online class offerings via her private practice to the LightHouse community per the following instructions.
Some knowledge of yoga is helpful, though not necessary. Joining the Zoom meeting with your video enabled allows Kimm to provide more detailed feedback and answer your questions.

What You Need to Know:
• Be Early: Please join the class 10-15 minutes prior to allow time to resolve technical issues.
• All classes are 60 minutes long
• Class is donation-based. Please pay what you can. No one will be turned away for a lack of funds. Recommended donations are $10-$20.

In order to create a safe space for connection with our community, a password for each meeting is required. To obtain a password, either email: Kimmropickyyoga at gmail.com or follow/DM on Instagram: @yogawithkimm • To join please click Meeting URL and enter password obtained by pre-registering.
• Consult your Doctor--Please consult with your doctor before practicing, to be mindful of any conditions you may have and how this practice may impact you.
Yoga: Alignment Flow is recommended for beginners. Props strongly recommended: 2 Blocks or 1 chair, a strap or a hand towel and a blanket (like a throw blanket).
Friday, May 1 from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.

Virtual Yoga with Amber (online)
Join us every Monday at 2:00 p.m. for a virtual yoga class where Amber Sherrard will guide you through a full vinyasa flow to keep you healthy and strong. This class is for people who have done yoga before and have a general idea of the basic poses. For call-in details please email Amber at asherrard at lighthouse-sf.org (mailto:asherrard at lighthouse-sf.org) .
Mondays, May 4, 11 and 18 from 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Stress Reduction & Meditation Goes Virtual (online)
Each Wednesday morning, we offer a series of short, meditation-based practices for relaxation and stress reduction. Instructor Jeffrey Schneider has more than 40 years of meditation and teaching experience. It is a drop-in class where everyone is welcome to attend as little or as often as they like. Dial in, find a comfortable position, breathe deeply, clear your head, and de-stress. For more information, including dial in information, contact Serena Olsen at solsen at lighthouse-sf.org or 415-694-7316.
Wednesday’s, May 6, 13, 20 and 27 from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

** Optimal Health, Optimal You: Virtual Health Class (online)
Call into our new virtual health class to listen to an episode of our favorite health podcast, Optimal Health Daily. You will have a chance to participate in a group discussion, do a live Q&A with our Health and Wellness guru, Amber, and set weekly health goals to stay fit and fierce!
Calling in is easy, just contact Amber Sherrard at asherrard at lighthouse-sf.org (mailto:asherrard at lighthouse-sf.org)  or 415-694-7353 to RSVP and get call-in information.
Wednesdays, May 6, 13, 20 and 27 from 12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Virtual Meditation & Mindfulness (online)
Use Zoom or call in every Friday at 12:30 p.m. for guided meditation, mindfulness discussion and a chance to build connections with your LightHouse community. All are welcome. Please contact Amber Sherrard to sign up and receive Zoom information at asherrard at lighthouse-sf.org or 415-694-7353.
Fridays, May 1, 8, 15, 22 and 29 from 12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.

** Youth and Adult Programs

** Not So Bored Game Night (online)
Just because we’re stuck inside doesn’t mean we have to be bored. While we all stay at home practicing safe physical distancing, the LightHouse Youth program invites youth who are blind or have low vision to join us for a weekly game night. Each week, you can access a Zoom meeting with other blind and low vision youth and mentors to have another chance to connect with friends and play some silly games. All games will be family-friendly accessible games that you can enjoy whether calling with a phone or using the video feature of the zoom app. Games will range from simple icebreakers to word and number games to our weekly themed trivia game.
RSVP to Jamey Gump at jgump at lighthouse-sf.org (mailto:jgump at lighthouse-sf.org) or 415-694-7372 by 5:00 p.m. of the Monday before the club meets to receive information for a Zoom meeting that you can access from your computer, smart device or call in using your phone.
Tuesdays, May 5, 12, 19 and 26 from 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

** Youth Plug-In: Professional Learning Under Guidance (online)
This is a virtual connection program designed to keep you engaged and motivated during these uncertain and unusual times, as we remain at home and practice social distancing measures to keep ourselves and the community safe. Just because we are geographically separated does not mean the world has to stop. On Wednesday’s, May 6, 13, 20 & 27 Youth PLUG-IN offers 3 ways for youth to stay involved and increase your social well-being, pre-employment and transition focus, and Expanded Core Curriculum skills.
Interesting discussions will be hosted around various topics ranging from sharing helpful assistive tech tools, to receiving creative tips on modifying your kitchen to be more accessible.
Meet guest speakers with experience attending colleges/ blindness residential training centers?
. The possibilities are endless!
Plug-in to individualized support and mentoring. Now is the time to chat with someone about that question or project that has been on your mind. Whether it be delving into college disability services, requesting recommendations, resume review, or mock interviews, we would be glad to listen.
If you are interested in sharing your personal goals and receiving support, please contact Ann Wai-Yee Kwong to learn more at 415-694-7328 or akwong at lighthouse-sf.org (mailto:akwong at lighthouse-sf.org) and/or your Department of Rehabilitation (DOR) counselor with questions or suggestions.
Wednesdays: May 6, 13, 20 and 27 from 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

** Reel Escape Audio Description Movie Club (online)
With corona virus effecting many aspects of our lives we are all doing our best to social distance our self’s while trying to support and stay connected with those around us. On Thursday’s, from 3:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m., LightHouse Youth program will host the weekly Reel Escape Audio Description Movie Club that will help students do just that with their blind and low vision friends from the safety of their own home.
Each Thursday students who RSVP will join a zoom meeting at 3:00 pm. Where we will watch that week’s movie selection. After the showing we will discuss the film and allow time for students to connect with friends. All movies will be G or PG rating and will have audio description.
Who: Youth who are blind or have low vision
What: Audio Description Movie Club for youth to connect with friends
When: every Thursday May 7, 14, 21 & 28 at 3:00 pm Where: students who RSVP will attend from their own home via Zoom
RSVP: by 5:00 pm of the Wednesday before the club meets. Once you have RSVP’d for the event you will receive information for a Zoom meeting that you can access from your computer, smart device or call in using a phone.
If you are interested in signing up for the Reel Escape: Audio Description Movie Club, please contact Jamey Gump at (415) 694-7372 or jgump at lighthouse-sf.org (mailto:jgump at lighthouse-sf.org) .
Thursdays, May 7, 14, 21 and 28 from 3:00 pm to 5:30 p.m.

** Education and Training

** Employment Immersion Virtual Program
This program is designed for students who are job ready and eager to search for employment within one month through a comprehensive and rigorous Job Preparation phase

Week One – Basics Bootcamp!  (25 workshop hours)
* Students’ participation via Zoom conferencing

Week Two: Students will meet one-on one in classroom or virtually with Employment Specialists to ensure readiness for Job Development Phase
* Group mid-week via Zoom for input and questions

Week Three: Meet with Professionals (25 Workshop hours)
* Hiring managers with LightHouse corporate and community partners will conduct virtual mock interviews and roleplay sessions

Week Four: Structured job search plan and activities.

Week Five and Ongoing: One time per week for one and one-half HOURS JOB DEVELOPMENT (Phase Two)

** Employment Services Options

We continue to offer one-on-one employment services on request.  Students typically meet with the Employment Specialist one time per week, or more, for one hour, or more depending on progression.,

Please email eiteam at lighthouse-sf.org (mailto:eiteam at lighthouse-sf.or) or call Kate Williams, Director of Employment Services at 415 309 0905.


** Accessible Technology programs


** Tech Together (online)
Join the LightHouse Access Technology team for a series of informal conversations on technology topics relevant to these current times. Tech Together is a chance to share your knowledge and experience, as well as learn from other blind technology users. LightHouse access technology staff share tips and resources on each week’s topic. Then there is time for LightHouse students and friends to add to the conversation, as we all learn from each other. Topics are decided on a rolling basis as our community’s needs evolve during shelter in place. Join us for one or all of these conversations, which will be conducted using the Zoom platform. You can connect to Zoom using a computer, an app, or by dialing in from any phone. Zoom meeting details will be provided when you RSVP to Abigail Decker: adecker at lighthouse-sf.org or 415-694-7343.
Tuesdays, May 5, 12, 19 and 26 from 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.

** Level Up Your Listening Skills: Taking Advantage of Text to Speech (online)
Screen Readers, document readers, Smart Speakers; as people who are blind and have low vision, we are surrounded by synthetic speech. Unfortunately, for some of us, the less than human tones issuing from these devices can make it difficult to comprehend the information we receive. Despite this, Text to Speech is an incredibly powerful option, and you can learn to make the most of listening with a minimum of discomfort.

In this workshop, we want to talk about ways that you can get used to using text to speech for the first time, or learn to listen with greater speed and efficiency.

This workshop will cover:
* Why and how you might add text to speech to your toolbox.
* Customizing your experience: Choose the right voice for the job, and then teach it to tell you what you need to know in the best way to say it.
* Tips and Tricks for increasing the amount you can read, how fast you can read it, and how well you understand it.

This workshop will be conducted using the Zoom platform. You can connect to Zoom using a computer, an app or by dialing in from any phone. Zoom meeting details will be provided when you RSVP to Abigail Decker:  adecker at lighthouse-sf.org (mailto:adecker at lighthouse-sf.org)  or 415-694-7343 Thursday, May 21 from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

** Arts, Entertainment and Social

** The Business of Blindness Phone Chat with Mike Cole (online)
What does it really mean to be blind or low vision? Mike Cole, a veteran of all things blindness, will lead this call-in forum to discuss the many day-to-day ins-and-outs of blindness—from daily living in your home environment to navigating the vast expanse of bureaucracies. There's always a lively crowd sharing their own experiences, so make a cup of coffee (or tea), sit in your favorite chair and call in to chat the business of blindness. For more information, including call-in information, contact Serena Olsen at solsen at lighthouse-sf.org or 415-694-7316.
Monday’s, May 4, 11 & 18 from 9:30 a.m. to Noon

** 30% & Growing (online)
Your go-to network of blind worker bees is back—join your 30% crew for this important virtual Happy Hour to reconnect and share resources and best practices at a time when everyone’s work life is upside down. Are you essential staff? Are you working from home? What resources and strategies have supported you through these rapidly changing times? How can you keep your job search active? What’s keeping your spirits and energy up? For Zoom access info,  RSVP to Serena Olsen at solsen at lighthouse-sf.org (mailto:solsen at lighthouse-sf.org)  or 415-694-7316, then grab a bite to eat, your favorite beverage, and join the virtual networking party.
Thursday, May 21 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

** LightHouse Core Classes
To take classes in the skills of blindness or learn how to work with low vision, just call 415-431-1481 or email info at lighthouse-sf.org.

Want an easier way to access our weekly events page?  Each Friday we update our events list which can be heard by calling our telephone info line. Call 415-694-7325 to listen.

All LightHouse events can be accessed by clicking this link: https://lighthouse-sf.org/calendar/?yr=2020&month=3&dy&cid=lighthouse-events

Cancelled Events:

All Summer 2020 Enchanted Hills Camp sessions have been cancelled. (https://lighthouse-sf.org/2020/04/06/by-taking-a-pause-enchanted-hills-camp-will-help-flatten-the-curve/) If you have a reservation, please contact Alyah Thomas at athomas at lighthouse-sf.org (mailto:athomas at lighthouse-sf.org) or 415-694-7345 to discuss your options.

** More Info
The LightHouse blog is the place to go for up-to-date alerts on issues affecting our community, including scholarship opportunities, LightHouse news and events. Read the LightHouse blog. (https://lighthouse-sf.org/blog/) If you are a youth who is blind or has low vision, or the parent of a youth who is blind or has low vision, you can sign up for our Youth and Family email list. This list tells you all about the LightHouse social, recreational and educational outings and adventures we offer each month, just for you. You’ll also hear about scholarship and other youth-related educational and leadership opportunities. To sign up or for more information about the Youth Programs, please email youth at lighthouse-sf.org (mailto:youth at lighthouse-sf.org) or call 415-431-1481 and ask for a Youth Programs team member.

** Helpful LightHouse Contacts
For any of the above and more, contact Esmeralda Soto, our Information Concierge, at 415-694-7323 or email your questions to info at lighthouse-sf.org (mailto:info at lighthouse-sf.org) .

If you are Deaf-Blind or blind and hard of hearing, find out more about traveling with confidence, accessing computers and telecommunications and how to read braille by contacting Sook Hee Choi, Deaf-Blind Employment Specialist, at schoi at lighthouse-sf.org (mailto:schoi at lighthouse-sf.org)  or video phone 415-255-5906.

To volunteer or request a volunteer, contact our volunteer department at volunteer at lighthouse-sf.org (mailto:volunteer at lighthouse-sf.org)  or 415-694-7320.

To order braille or tactile maps for your school, workplace or organization, contact the MAD Lab at madlab at lighthouse-sf.org (mailto:madlab at lighthouse-sf.org)  or 415-694-7349.

To talk to someone about individual or group counseling, contact Dr. Connie Conley-Jung at cjung at lighthouse-sf.org (mailto:cjung at lighthouse-sf.org)  or 415-694-7307.

To sign up for our Employment Immersion Program, contact Employment Immersion Coordinator Wanda Pearson at wpearson at lighthouse-sf.org (mailto:wpearson at lighthouse-sf.org)  or 415-694-7359.

If your group, organization or senior living center would like to have a presentation of the programs and services that LightHouse has to offer, please contact Sheri Albers, Community Outreach Coordinator, at salbers at lighthouse-sf.org (mailto:salbers at lighthouse-sf.org) or 415-694-7331.

To make an appointment with our specialized Low Vision Clinic, contact the UC Berkeley Low Vision Clinic at 510-642-5726.

** A Big Thank You
The LightHouse wishes to thank its devoted friends and community partners who have recently supported us with significant gifts to help our programs grow and reach higher. These generous donors gave over $1,000 during the months of February and March 2020.

Apple, Inc - for Rebuilding Enchanted Hills Camp Blaisdell’s - for General Support Richard and Alice Brown - for General Support Charles Casey - for General Support Delta Gamma Foundation - for Enchanted Hills Camp Joyce Dubay - for Enchanted Hills Camp and General Support Henry Luce Foundation - to support services at LightHouse Marin Napa Valley Community Foundation - for Rebuilding Enchanted Hills Camp National Endowment for the Arts - for Superfest 2019 Dorit Resnikoff - for General Support Uber Technologies - providing ride services for LightHouse students and staff Walter E. and Barbara A. Bauke Foundation - Capital Campaign for a 21st Century LightHouse

** Help us keep our online services during COVID-19
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You can also send checks by mail to:

LightHouse for the Blind
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San Francisco, CA 94103

IRS 501(c)(3) Federal Tax ID: 94-1415317 add text to your template.
Many of our supporters like to give a gift to the LightHouse in their will, as a way to have a lasting impact on a cause that’s important to them.

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Our offices have had to close for now, but LightHouse is still very much open. Online assistive technology training, virtual socializing and community health and wellbeing classes are just a few of the sessions for which you can sign up. Visit our events calendar often to find out what’s on: lighthouse-sf.org/calendar<https://lighthouse-sf.org/calendar>

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