Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind
8757 Georgia Avenue
Suite 804
Silver Spring  Maryland  20910
United States
Primary Phone Number: 
(240) 244-1590
Fax Number: 
(877) 595-9228

Please Contact Us with Any Questions:

Nai Damato - ndamato@clb.org


In the District of Columbia, iCanConnect is administered by Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind (CLB).

Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind (CLB) serves people of all ages in Maryland and the District of Columbia who are blind, low vision or deaf-blind.   Founded in 1900, CLB offers vocational training, adaptive technology, counseling, independent living and rehabilitation services to more than 20,000 blind and low vision individuals living in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.

Meet the Trainer for iCanConnect in the District of Columbia:

Every iCanConnect consumer meets one-on-one with a trainer to determine which equipment will best suit that consumer’s communication needs.  Once the equipment is selected, the trainer helps the consumer learn how to use the technology.

Nai Damato

Nai is the iCanConnect trainer for the Washington, DC area. Nai has personally used speech and braille output technology for many years and enjoys sharing their knowledge and enthusiasm with iCanConnect consumers. Nai has a Bachelor's of Interpretation from Gallaudet University and is proficient in tactile American Sign Language and Pro-Tactile. Nai has also taught assistive technology courses from introductory to advanced levels in group settings through spoken English and Spanish.

With this in mind, Nai is able to provide direct training to consumers with a variety of communication and reading modality needs or preferences. Nai currently serves as the DeafBlind Services Manager at Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind.

 

Primary Email Address: 
ndamato@clb.org

District of Columbia

Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind

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In the District of Columbia, iCanConnect is administered by Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind (CLB).

Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind (CLB) serves people of all ages in Maryland and the District of Columbia who are blind, low vision or deaf-blind.   Founded in 1900, CLB offers vocational training, adaptive technology, counseling, independent living and rehabilitation services to more than 20,000 blind and low vision individuals living in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.

Meet the Trainer for iCanConnect in the District of Columbia:

Every iCanConnect consumer meets one-on-one with a trainer to determine which equipment will best suit that consumer’s communication needs.  Once the equipment is selected, the trainer helps the consumer learn how to use the technology.

Nai Damato

Nai is the iCanConnect trainer for the Washington, DC area. Nai has personally used speech and braille output technology for many years and enjoys sharing their knowledge and enthusiasm with iCanConnect consumers. Nai has a Bachelor's of Interpretation from Gallaudet University and is proficient in tactile American Sign Language and Pro-Tactile. Nai has also taught assistive technology courses from introductory to advanced levels in group settings through spoken English and Spanish.

With this in mind, Nai is able to provide direct training to consumers with a variety of communication and reading modality needs or preferences. Nai currently serves as the DeafBlind Services Manager at Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind.

 


For more information on how to apply for iCanConnect in District of Columbia contact:

Nai
Damato
8757 Georgia Avenue
Suite 804
Silver Spring  Maryland  20910
United States
(240) 244-1590 (v)
(877) 595-9228 (fax)

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