There are two types of eye doctors: optometrists and ophthalmologists. There are also other important professionals in an eye doctor’s office, including opticians, assistive-technology specialist, orientation and mobility specialists, occupational therapists, and vision-rehabilitation therapists.
Your $4.95 includes a list of these professionals in your State.
Low Vision Rehabilitation
Low-vision rehabilitation is a service provided by a team made up of some or all of the following:
Orientation and Mobility Specialists
Low-vision rehabilitation services allow people who have low vision to continue to live independently and maintain quality of life.
State and Local Agencies
Find the best resources and support for families and friends of people with low vision. Contact your state agency and learn about the local help they can provide you now.
State services offer tools and training for employment and for helping seniors remain independent and active.
VA services provide help for veterans with low vision.
Local Businesses in your State
State Organizations and Businesses Providing Low-Vision Support, Products, and Services.
This is a list of organizations that help persons with low vision.
Local companies supply products and services for individuals with low vision.
Free Services in your State
There are many free services in each State available for persons with low vision. This list was created with the help of many professionals dedicated to helping those with low vision, and helping those people who are trying to help someone with low vision.
Low Vision Support List
Included with your purchase is a paper that explains these topics: