LIFTT - Learning Independence For Today and Tomorrow – is a 10 month, residential program for young adults (generally 18-23years) who are blind/low vision and want to learn skills of adult independence. These skills to promote adult independence include personal care, organization and time management, household care, financial management, as well as actively working on their vocational goals.


Lori Pulliam, a smiling woman with blonde hair wearing a blue and yellow top experiencing a rare Zen moment.

Lori Pulliam

LIFTT Program Coordinator


Libby standing in front of bushes

Libby Ellis

Rehab Teacher 1

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JoAnne Fink, an olive skinned, dark haired woman with bangs swept to the side smiling at the camera.

JoAnne Fink

Rehab Teacher

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