Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind
8757 Georgia Avenue
Suite 805
Silver Spring  Maryland  20910
United States
Primary Phone Number: 
(301) 338-8011
Fax Number: 
(877) 595-9228

Please Contact Us with Any Questions:

Toya Horten - thorten@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.

Jason Corning

Jason, deafblind since birth, resides in Maryland. He applies his knowledge and expertise by serving and chairing on two government advisory boards offering advice on how the government can better serve people with disabilities. Jason attended the Wisconsin School for the Deaf and later transferred to the Wisconsin School for the Blind and Visually Impaired, where he received his high school diploma. Jason was active in a variety of school sports such as wrestling, swimming, track and field, and goal ball. Demonstrating his leadership skills, he served as captain on the wrestling and swimming teams.

Moving on from high school, Jason majored in Information Technology receiving a bachelor’s degree with honors from the University of Wisconsin. To further achieve his interests and goals, while working for the federal government, Jason pursued an advanced degree graduating from Johns Hopkins University with a master’s in Information Systems. Jason strives to make positive impacts on the Deafblind community.

Primary Email Address: 
thorten@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.

Jason Corning

Jason, deafblind since birth, resides in Maryland. He applies his knowledge and expertise by serving and chairing on two government advisory boards offering advice on how the government can better serve people with disabilities. Jason attended the Wisconsin School for the Deaf and later transferred to the Wisconsin School for the Blind and Visually Impaired, where he received his high school diploma. Jason was active in a variety of school sports such as wrestling, swimming, track and field, and goal ball. Demonstrating his leadership skills, he served as captain on the wrestling and swimming teams.

Moving on from high school, Jason majored in Information Technology receiving a bachelor’s degree with honors from the University of Wisconsin. To further achieve his interests and goals, while working for the federal government, Jason pursued an advanced degree graduating from Johns Hopkins University with a master’s in Information Systems. Jason strives to make positive impacts on the Deafblind community.


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

Toya
Horten
8757 Georgia Avenue
Suite 805
Silver Spring  Maryland  20910
United States
(301) 338-8011 (v)
(877) 595-9228 (fax)

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