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Keriel Goes Back to School In Person

After more than a year of virtual learning, the students at Wayfinder’s Special Education School are back in the classroom—and very happy to be there. Nancy Berger, school principal, reports that students are blossoming. Our Special Education School enrolls children and youth, ages 5 to 22, who are visually impaired or have moderate-to-severe disabilities. Keriel,…

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Summer Workplace Readiness Program

What would it be like for someone with a disability to work at Disneyland or Apple? Over four stimulating weeks this summer, young adults age 16 and older who are blind or visually impaired discovered their workplace potential and gained skills in Wayfinder’s Transition Services Summer Program. Students resided in dorms on our Los Angeles…

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Fall 2021 – Q&A with Miki Jordan Wayfinder Family Services CEO

Has Wayfinder returned to in-person services? Yes, I am thrilled to share that some services which we have been offering remotely have returned to in-person or hybrid formats! This summer, we welcomed back: Residents of the Davidson Program for Independence and Hatlen Center programs: adults or youth who are blind or visually impaired stayed in apartment-like…

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OTIS BLUM is a Wayfinder

Otis Blum is a manager at Activision Blizzard, one of the world’s leading video game companies. When he was in high school at Brentwood School, Otis was a counselor in training for three years at Wayfinder’s Camp Bloomfield. Otis continues serving those who turn to Wayfinder for help, now as a founding member of the…

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