The center is excited to announce the expanded reopening of our 17-acre property for both indoor and outdoor use. This week we resumed all in-person client services and social activities, including on-site training and programs, along with use of our picnic tables, walking trail, and labyrinth.
“Over the past year, technology has enabled EBC to stay connected with our clients, but it does not replace the experience of being in-person with others,” said Bob Sonnenberg, CEO of Earle Baum Center. “Many folks in our community have found the last year to be isolating, so it is more important than ever that we begin to come together safely and in-person to learn new skills, be with friends and have fun.”
What you need to know about your visit to EBC
In this unprecedented time, COVID-19 has changed so much for all of us, and continues to be a viable, real threat. This is especially true for members of our community who are blind, visually impaired, and living with illnesses or disabilities.
EBC clients, volunteers, families, and friends, may now visit our campus without a reservation. Following please find our new Onsite Operating Standards and Agreements:
•All clients and visitors to EBC must check in at the front office
•As a consideration to our clients utilizing the Low Vision Clinic, please wear a mask when signing in at the front office
•All EBC staff have the authority to ask that masks are worn during their class
•If you are not vaccinated, you must wear a mask when you are indoors or within 6 feet of others while outdoors
•If you are vaccinated you are not required to wear a mask, but you may wear a mask at any time if you choose
•Masks continue to be required at the Low Vision Clinic in accordance with state regulations
•EBC’s training, education, and other services will continue to be delivered on-site or virtually until further notice
•We invite you to participate in our in-person or online programs by visiting our website.