High School Student Receive Glasses for Color Blindness
blindnessOn June 17th, Penn State Lehigh Valley (PSU-LV) and Pilestone Color Blind officials gifted seven students and local community members with glasses to correct color blindness. Goshuami “Gigi” Valoy-Tineo, Dieruff High School graduate, is one of the recipients. Students also received a Chrome book. Equipped with her new glasses and computer, Valoy-Tineo will be better prepared for college in the fall.

“It’s amazing all of the people and the effort that went into make this happen for me. I plan to wear my glasses all the time for now, I want to know what I’ve been missing!” Valoy-Tineo said. “Through PCCR, I gained academic knowledge, great friends and college credit.”

People in California who are living with vision loss can benefit from SDCB’s program for the visually impaired and blind. Please contact us today to learn more.

“Glasses that correct color blindness presented to high school student”

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