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Attorney Scott McCullough Pairs the Finest Young Minds with the Visually Impaired

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Attorney Scott McCullough Pairs the Finest Young Minds with the Visually Impaired

Attorney Scott McCullough, co-founder of McCullough & Leboff, P.A., a law firm that focuses on helping people who have suffered injury or loss in car accident cases, fall down events or medical/nursing home accidents, recently united Lighthouse of Broward and American Heritage School to foster an ongoing and important relationship. The partnership pairs the finest young minds of the next generation at American Heritage School with children and adults at the Lighthouse, the preeminent resource for the blind or visually impaired community.

“The pre-engineering students at American Heritage School were eager to explore ways and find solutions to further the independence and safety of the visually impaired,” said McCullough, who is on the Board of Directors of Lighthouse of Broward.

The mission of Lighthouse of Broward is to provide specialized rehabilitation and collaborative healthcare solutions that enhance the independence, productivity, and dignity of children and adults who are blind or visually impaired. All its services are tailored to individual needs by trained professionals working with the adult who has lost sight or the parent and visually impaired child to identify the exact skills that will lead to maximum independent functioning.

“We are proud to be true partners with American Heritage School,” concluded Jose Lopez Masso, MBA, J.D., Director of Community Relations and Development at Lighthouse of Broward. “Together we have identified problems that people with visual impairment encounter on a daily basis.”