CFI Photo Gallery

Adaptive Bike

Joanne Stamp, Low Vision/Blind Program Specialist, tests out an adaptive bike.

Cori Layton helps CFI consumer Joyce with a Low Vision evaluation

Ensight Comes to CFI

Cori Layton of Ensight Skills Center in Fort Collins works with CFI consumer Joyce for a low vision services evaluation.

Lynn Jolley in her motorized wheelchair sits in front of the CFI booth at Grand Junction's Market on Main Farmers Market

CFI Market on Main Farmers Market Booth

Lynn Jolley, CFI board member, helps out during Grand Junction Farmers’ Market in August 2021.

Woman with a hat on sits in a scooter chair sits behind a table at farmers market with brochures in front of her

CFI Sharing Information

Mary Moore, Housing Advocate & Youth Services case manager offers information from our booth at farmers market about CFI programs.

Child in red dress points to a piñata hanging in tree above.

ADA Celebration at Highline Lake

Sage Lopez points to the CFI piñata in anticipation of goodies to come at the CFI 2021 company picnic.

People in food line at CFI company picnic

CFI 2021 Company Picnic

CFI staff and family enjoy a picnic as well as fun activities at Highline Lake in celebration of the 31st Annual Americans With Disabilities Act.

2 women in scooter wheelchairs talking with service dog.

Champions for the Disability World

Lynn Jolley, Mary Moore and Tarka the service dog chat during the CFI company picnic.

2 men hoisting a piñata into a tree.

Hoisting the Piñata Full of Goodies

Getting ready for the big piñata event for the children of CFI staff at the company picnic at Highline Lake.

Gaining Independence

Chris Brown of Brown’s Cycles and CFI consumer Michael Bate discuss his new adult tricycle that was secured through a grant. The tricycle has given Michael a new-found independence.

Cori Layton of Ensight Skills Center in Fort Collins works with CFI consumer Joyce to help her with tools for dealing with low vision.

Ensight Skills Center Helps CFI Consumers

Cori Layton of Ensight Skills Center of Fort Collins works with CFI consumer Joyce for a low vision services evaluation.

A young woman sits at a table in a farmers market booth using a Perkins Brailler with a child and mother near by.

Teaching by Example

Lily, low vision/blind peer mentor volunteer for CFI shows a mom and daughter at farmers market how she uses a Perkins Brailler to create a message on a card.

10-year-old girl stands in front of a Center for Independence event booth in front of a spin to win wheel.

Public Relations Assistant

Gabby, daughter of a CFI staff member, assists with games and greeting visitors at the CFI booth at Palisade Farmers Market.

Woman with big sunglasses looks at a glass jar full of red plastic eyeballs for a "Guess How Many" challenge.

"Guess How Many" Challenge

A visitor to the CFI booth at Market on Main, Grand Junction, gauges how many eyeballs are in the jar for a chance to win a $50 gift card to The Hog & Hen on Main Street.

People on paddle boards play in the water.

CFI 2021 Company Picnic

CFI staff and family members enjoy some paddling around Highline Lake. 

2 people with air pumps filling up the paddle boards.

Pumping Up For Paddle Boarding

Filling up the paddle boards for some fun in the lake.

4 musicians perform for CFI at the Highline Lake shelter.

Live Music for CFI Company Picnic

Staff and family members enjoy some live music performed by the Tune Weavers Collective at the Highline Lake shelter.

NHLA Group Meeting

A group of members from the National Hearing Loss Assosication listen to a speaker as they present on technology available.

Cori Layton, Director of Rehabilitation for Ensight Skills Center helps CFI consumer Joyce with a low vision evaluation

Cori Layton of Ensight Skills Center

Cori Layton, Rehabilitation Director at Ensight in Fort Collins works with CFI consumer Joyce in Grand Junction for a low vision services evaluation.

Young blind woman sits at a table and shows how to use a Perkins Brailler.

Low Vision/Blind Peer Mentor Shares Skills

Lily, CFI volunteer, demonstrates to visitors at farmers market how to use a Brailler.

Man with hat and big pink sunglasses holds a jar of plastic eyeballs for "Guess How Many" challenge at event booth.

"Guess How Many" Challenge

Scott Betts, creator of One Bike – A Folk/Jazz Opera, shares a fun moment with CFI staff at the Farmers Market booth.

People at an event booth talking to people.

Reaching Out to Our Communities

CFI staff greet visitors to our booth at Palisade Sunday Farmers Market.

Woman in scooter chair puts legs on plastic flamingo.

Setting Up For the Picnic

Lynn Jolley, CFI board member pitches in to help with decorations for the 2021 CFI company picnic.

Child in red dress eating cake and licking her hand.

Yummm! Homestyle Bakery Cake

Enjoying a celebratory piece of cake at the company picnic.

6 people stand together to cut a ribbon in recognition of the new CFI office in Salida, Colorado

CFI Staff & Salida Chamber Celebrate New CFI Satellite Office

Regional Program Manager, Tobie Thurman and Case Manager, Amber Jacobs get ready to cut the grand opening ribbon along with the Salida Chamber of Commerce dignitaries.

Woman with mask receives a vaccine from a nurse in a mask.

CFI Staff Member Receives Vaccine 2

Marketing/Communications manager, Katherine Lopez rolls up her sleeve for round 2 of the Covid-19 vaccine.

Man standing with back to camera wearing a CFI t-shirt with a CFI QR code on the back.

CFI Director of Programs & Operations Shows Off Technology

Billy Allen displays CFI’s new application for our QR Code.

Man with beard sitting at a table with a Perkins Brailler machine.

Trying Out Typewriter for the Blind

Frank Rivas, Community Transitions Coordinator for CFI tries out a Perkins Brailling machine at the CFI farmers market booth.

Pink plastic flamingos stuck in the lawn in front of Highline Lake.

Dressing Up For CFI Picnic

Pink plastic flamingos adorn the lawn at Highline Lake for the company picnic.

Woman smiling at the camera with people and a dog in the background.

CFI 2021 Company Picnic

Joanne Stamp, Low Vision/Blind Program Manager, stands ready to lend a hand setting up the BBQ line.

Cake decorated to look like waves on a beach.

A Delectable Cake!

A Homestyle Bakery cake in honor of the 31st ADA anniversary and CFI company picnic at the beach.