In The Press
Christopher Morgan was born with one eye and went blind by the age of 6. Now 10 years old, losing his vision hasn’t changed his dreams of making the NBA �
Posted by Bleacher Report on Monday, February 26, 2018
The SCOPE Division of the Douglas County Sheriff's Office supports many of our local schools, churches and organizations. Here is an example of one of the organizations that we recently assisted. #dcso #camsvision
Posted by Douglas County Sheriff's Office (Georgia) on Thursday, August 5, 2021
With the First Day of School quickly approaching, we love seeing how our awesome students spent their summers!
Rising Mason Creek Middle School student Christopher Morgan and his mother Tee Morgan started CAM's Vision 3 years ago to create a summer camp experience both sighted and visually imparied students could enjoy.
At the core, the camp focuses on exposing students to things outside of their norm. Blind students are encouraged to tackle sports, climb rock walls, and take trips to places like Jump N Joy, while sighted students participate alongside their visually-impaired peers.
In the words of Christopher, “Everyone gets to do stuff in other people’s shoes. Blind people get to do things they normally don’t get to and sighted kids get to experience what it’s like for blind people.”
“In the balance of CAM’s Vision, blind students are the same as everyone else.” said Tee Morgan.
Posted by Douglas County Georgia Schools on Friday, July 26, 2019