Arkansas Visiting Lions Day 2016

On July 30, 2016, World Services for the Blind brought back the Visiting Lions Day event exclusively for Arkansas Lions. In the future we will open the event up to Lions from additional states, but in the meantime, take some time to view the videos below. You'll hear from current clients, graduates, staff, our current chairman of the board of directors, PIP Bill Biggs, and our CEO Sharon Giovinazzo, who just celebrated her first anniversary with WSB. 

Don is currently enrolled in World Services for the Blind's assistive technology instructor (ATI) program. Don speaks about his experience with blindness, and how he's using his time in the ATI program to help himself, and others.

World Services for the Blind operates the Arkansas Division of Services for the Blind's Older Individuals who are Blind program, or the Older Blind Program, which is open to Arkansans age 55 and older who are blind or losing their sight.
Shana Kassel is a graduate of World Services for the Blind's desktop support technician program. She's currently receiving on-the-job training while serving as an IT intern. Here is her story.

Lis Geoghegan, who coordinates WSB's youth programs, talks about her experience with blindness, and the summer programs.