Tennessee Lions Low Vision Rehabilitation Project (423) 521-2863 TNLionsLowVision.org A collaborative effort to improve access to low vision care by incorporating education, research, and volunteering
Chattanooga area Low Vision Network 1043 Executive Drive Ste #102 Hixson, TN 37343 (423) 321-8233 Multidisciplinary low vision rehabilitation services including low vision exams, occupational therapy, traditional vision therapy, orientation and mobility, assistive technology, psychology, vocational rehabilitation, driving rehabilitation, and leisure opportunities for people with low vision.
Hamilton County Lions Sight Services 2nd Wednesday of Every Month Located at the Erlanger Medical Mall by the information desk 979 East 3rd Street Downtown Chattanooga, TN Call (423)-315-0350 for more information and to register for an application session. The Lions Clubs of Hamilton County work together to ensure that uninsured and low-income individuals have access to glasses and eye surgeries. You must meet the following criteria:
Hamilton County Resident for services
Need Glasses or Surgery
At or below the federal poverty guidelines
Have a prescription
Southeast Vision Rehabilitation 1043 Executive Drive Ste #102, Hixson, TN 37343 (423) 321-8233 sevisionrehab.com Low Vision Optometry Specialty Practice. Dr. McBryar is the only qualified low vision optometrist in the region. She provides vision therapy, in-depth low vision examinations, and neuro vision examinations. She is the entry point for the Chattanooga area Low Vision Network.
Siskin Hospital for Physical Rehabilitation 1 Siskin Dr., Chattanooga, TN 37403 (423) 634-1200 siskinrehab.org Siskin's Low Vision Program is an intensive outpatient low vision occupational therapy program. In addition, Siskin provides physical therapy, psychology, and driver's rehabilitation services.
Signal Centers Assistive Technology Center 2300 Bailey Avenue, Chattanooga, TN 37404 (423) 629-4174 https://www.signalcenters.org/assistive-technology-services Signal Centers provides assistive technology evaluations, training, and support despite level of income.
Tennessee State Services for the Blind (615) 313-4914 http://www.tennessee.gov/humanservices/topic/blind-visually-impaired-services Tennessee State services include vocational rehabilitation and older blind services.
Art at Hart Gallery 110 E. Main Street, Chattanooga, TN 37408 (901) 347 2804 http://hartgallerytn.com/ The Hart Gallery is a place where people with vision impairments can produce beautiful pieces of tactile art guided by trained professionals.
Chattanooga Therapeutic Recreation Services 501 W. 12th St., Chattanooga, TN 37402 (423)643-6400 http://www.chattanooga.gov/youthandfamily/recreation/therapeutic-recreation Chattanooga Therapeutic Recreation Services provide adapted leisure opportunities for individuals with physical and sensory impairments such as vision loss.