Listed below alphabetically by state are Low Vision Centers that provide services to the blind and visually impaired. Services vary from place to place. Most provide training in how to adapt your lifestyle to accommodate visual impairments. Many provide assistance in obtaining tools to use. Some have doctors who can examine your eyes. Low Vision Centers may also have assistive devices for the visually impaired on site. An individual may try various items, from handheld magnifiers to CCTVs, to see what works best for them before purchasing.
The American Macular Degeneration Foundation does not provide referrals or recommend Low Vision Centers. However, the AMDF is providing the following as a service to our Web site visitors regarding Low Vision Centers across the United States. Inclusion on this list does not imply endorsement by the AMDF.
The American Macular Degeneration Foundation is pleased to provide this listing as a service to our visitors. However, visitors are advised that inclusion on this listing does not imply endorsement by the AMDF. It is intended as a reference source only. Low Vision Centers that provide services to the blind and visually impaired and their satellite offices not currently listed are welcome to write to the AMDF on their letterhead to request inclusion on the listing. In addition, those already listed are requested to notify the AMDF in writing if there are errors needing correction in their listing.