News & Events
The Peepers Store at Lighthouse of Manasota has a new special for the month of March. The handy folding OttLite Task Lamp is 30% off. The special 13 watt light is balanced for brightness and color, and has proven its reliability for years.
The February special on the superb 7 inch Eschenbach video magnifier is coming to a close, last few days to save $104! Our regular $999 magnifier is on sale for $895.
Art in the Dark, the annual Lighthouse of Manasota benefit, is coming up. All the information, with a peek at last year’s dinner, has been gathered on a new website: artinthedark.org Come look it over, make your plans!
The savings on the superb 7 inch Eschenbach video magnifier have been so popular, we are extending the sale through February! Our regular $999 magnifier is now $895.
Are you or someone you know experiencing vision loss? The Lighthouse of Manasota is here to help! The Lighthouse provides training in skills that promote self-sufficiency and independence in the lives of individuals who have vision loss. Our programs offer a holistic approach by providing training and rehabilitation to foster…
Check out the Lighthouse of Manasota’s new Peepers Low Vision Store. The only place to find the best-in-class selection of low vision products at the best prices. #PeepersStore #PeepersLowVision #PeepersMobile
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It was a daunting task for 19-year-old Tyler Collins to complete, especially as a visually impaired student. But Collins completed that task and more at Manatee Technical College as a student in the Network Support Services program.
By By Maggie Menderski , The Herald-Tribune Lighthouse of Manasota had to reshape its own image before it could focus on the rest of the community. Which is fitting: Its new retail store helps with sight. The nonprofit had three decades worth of experience assisting residents in Sarasota, Manatee, DeSoto, Charlotte…
Dr. Patricia D’Amore grew up in Everett, Massachusetts and received a B.A. in 1973 from Regis College in Weston, MA. She then obtained a Ph.D. in Biology from Boston University in 1977, followed by a postdoctoral fellowship in Biological Chemistry and Ophthalmology at Johns Hopkins Medical School. In 1980, she joined…
Lighthouse of Manasota will introduce a new annual benefit on Saturday, April 16th at Michael’s on East. This year’s event, “Art in the Dark” will offer guests an evening of interactive artistic experiences, creative cocktails and a masterfully catered dinner. Experience art in a whole new light at this first annual signature fundraiser. The funds received from the event will go directly to support the increasing demand for the services that the Lighthouse of Manasota provides to promote self-sufficiency and independence in the lives of individuals experiencing vision loss.