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Living with low vision can make everything seem more challenging: from cooking, exercising, managing appointments, and socializing, to paying bills, finding and taking care of your home, securing employment, and navigating transportation. Our job is to help you overcome challenges like these, so you have the supports and skills you need to manage your days with confidence.

To do that, we start at the beginning with an individualized intake and assessment to identify your specific goals. From there, we work with you to develop a plan that is tailored to the specific skills you want to learn or master. Your plan may include classroom instruction, online learning, and one-on-one tutorials with our experienced instructors, as well as peer mentoring, community-based workshops, and more.

How We Work for You

We offer programs and services in three areas:

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Build relationships with others who share similar life experiences.

Community Connections

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Take classes on using technology and managing your daily life.

Educational Programs

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Receive hands-on instruction and connections to providers.

Low Vision Resource Center

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One referral opens doors to countless resources.

VisionLink can provide important non-clinical support and training.

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Collaborate as a community partner with VisionLink!

Does your organization offer programs or resources that would benefit adults with vision loss? Let’s collaborate!

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