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Low Vision Services

People who have lost eyesight due to injuries or eye disease need special types of products to help them function as independently as possible. We offer a full range of these products through our office. Our paraoptometric staff is trained to demonstrate the use of some of these devices. They range all the way from a simple hand magnifier to a closed circuit TV system.

In addition, we can direct those who have low vision problems to products that will help them carry on the day-to-day tasks that they need to perform. In some cases we can set up a program for the low vision patient with the National Library of Congress to receive “books on tapes”, which is a service for the blind.

There is a new treatment program for end-stage macular degeneration using implantable telescope technology. For more information, click on the following link www.CentraSight.com or call our office at (817)626-4441.

To try out low vision aids before purchasing, visit Ester’s Place, a key component of The Center on Vision Loss at the American Foundation for the Blind. www.afb.org/cvl