NEW YORK—Lighthouse Guild, a nonprofit organization that provides services to those who are visually impaired, has announced that Jamie Ridout has been named director of GuildCare in Buffalo, N.Y. GuildCare, a division of Lighthouse Guild, is the only adult day health care program in New York State specializing in services for people with vision loss and provides services in Buffalo, Albany, Niagara Falls and Manhattan, according to the announcement. Ridout will have responsibility for day-to-day operations and overall management of Buffalo GuildCare, according to the group.

 Jamie Ridout.
She has extensive experience in the field of adult day health care, having most recently served as rehabilitation manager at the SchofieldCare Adult Day Health Care Program in Buffalo. Ridout received her bachelor of science in physical therapy from Daemen College in Amherst, N.Y, according to the announcement.

“I am thrilled to contribute my expertise to GuildCare and collaborate with its compassionate and committed team. I look forward to helping our registrants sustain a healthy lifestyle and improve their quality of life,” said Ridout.