Lighthouse of SWFL students have the advantage of utilizing technology to assist with schoolwork and for leisure activities. By utilizing our iPads and a Bluetooth keyboard, for example, students can play a Braille typing game to help them increase Braille typing speed and letter recognition. Students can also play Code Quest on an iPad to assist with memory and sequencing, two basic skills needed in computer coding. Or, by using one of our desktop magnifiers, students can read textbooks, do homework or complete fun word search puzzles. Assistive Technology is made possible, in part, through a generous grant from the Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation.
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We encourage our students to be as independent as possible when it comes to transportation, including utilizing public transportation, paratransit and ride-sharing to return home at the end of the day.EXPLORE SERVICE
Every summer our students, rising in grades K-8, have an opportunity to come to Lighthouse of SWFL for a two-week summer camp!EXPLORE SERVICE