Low vision rehabilitation is a form of vision care that focuses on the person and their daily functioning after the eye doctor has provided medications and/or surgery. This unique form of vision care integrates various medical and community-based services such as optometry, low vision therapy, orientation and mobility, assistive technology, and community volunteering. By utilizing all of these resources, people with low vision have the opportunity to live engaging and fulfilling lives.
The following professionals help people with low vision find their independence. Ophthalmologists Low Vision Optometrists Occupational Therapists Assistive Technology Specialists Orientation and Mobility Professionals Traditional Rehabilitation Professionals