Adult Living SkillsIn response to community concerns:

The Chicago Lighthouse continues to provide its services for people who are blind, visually impaired, disabled and Veterans as it has for the past 115 years. We continue to work with state officials to find a way to bring back our Adult Living Skills Program in a re-imagined form.

Help support digital access and inclusion

Join us for interactive experiences and fun challenges by taking our Accessibility 101 Crash Course, and don’t miss an epic story about how digital accessibility changes lives.

Request for Research Volunteers

The Illinois Institute of Technology and The Chicago Lighthouse are conducting a research study to determine the feasibility of the Intracortical Visual Prosthesis (ICVP) that may help people who are blind perceive some light.

We're expanding our team!

We are hiring for many positions including Medical Schedulers, Paraprofessional Teaching Assistants and more!

A Community of Care

Patients and Clients

With over 100 years of experience serving patients with vision loss, The Chicago Lighthouse understands what it takes to respond to your needs with expertise and compassion. Whether you are a parent raising a child who is blind, a Veteran re-entering the workforce or an older adult seeking a community of peers, we offer customized care to improve the quality of life for you and your family.


Shop a full line of assistive technology and independent living aids from the Tools For Living® online and retail store.


Help make a difference in the lives of the 67,000+ people we serve each year.

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