Analysis Shows Nearly 9,000 Area Pre-K Kids Have Vision Issues that Hinder Learning

Photo of a female pre-kindergarten child wearing a black pair of glasses

Sights for Hope has determined that nearly 9,000 pre-kindergarten children in its communities have undetected visual impairments that keep them from learning to their fullest potentials. To establish that figure, Sights for Hope analyzed a custom data set it received from the United States Census Bureau and data from two years of its pre-kindergarten vision […]

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Sights for Hope Welcomes Ariana Ingstad to its Prevention Services Team

Ariana Ingstad holding a Spot Vision Screener as she performs a screening on a young child

Sights for Hope has welcomed Ariana Ingstad to its team as a Lehigh Valley Prevention Specialist. Ingstad has been a volunteer vision screener for the Prevention Services team for more than a year. Ariana also has been a licensed and practicing optometrist earlier in her career. She received her Doctor of Optometry degree from Southern […]

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Sights for Hope Makes Additions to its Services Teams as Communities’ Needs Increase

Sarah Madden, Sarah Pierro, and Jesus Ramirez

Sights for Hope has made additions to its services team as it works to meet increased needs in its communities. Sarah Madden has been hired as a Lehigh Valley Client Caseworker, Sarah Pierro has been hired as a Monroe Transport Driver, and Jesus Ramirez has joined the organization as a Lehigh Valley Transport Driver. Sights […]

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Center for Vision Loss Welcomes Five New Members of its Services Team

Photos of agency staff members Erica Vibert, Angela Hill, Kareem Harvey, Richard Hubbs, and Les Schoenberger

The Center for Vision Loss has welcomed five new professionals to its services team. Erica Vibert is the agency’s new Prevention Services Coordinator and Angela Hill is its new Prevention Specialist for Monroe County. Kareem Harvey has joined the agency’s Monroe transport group, and Richard Hubbs and Les Schoneberger are the newest members of its […]

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