Low Vision Rehab

If you or a loved one are experiencing challenges due to low vision, Beacon Vision Center can provide resources for rehabilitation services to help you regain your independence and improve your daily life.

What is Low Vision Rehabilitation?

Low vision rehabilitation is a specialized program designed to help individuals with low vision make the most of their remaining vision and enhance their ability to perform everyday tasks. It focuses on maximizing functional vision, providing adaptive techniques, and introducing low vision aids to improve quality of life.

Referral to Occupational Therapy, Assistive Technology, and Orientation and Mobility

Dr. Burcham is committed to providing personalized solutions to address your unique needs, ensuring you receive the best possible care.

Adaptive aids and rehabilitation techniques can make it possible to accomplish everyday tasks once thought impossible. Effective use of equipment and mastering of these adaptive techniques generally requires training and practice.

If it is determined that you could benefit from additional support and assistance in coping with low vision challenges, she may refer you to other members of a multi-disciplinary low vision team, such as an occupational therapist, orientation and mobility instructor, or assistive technology instructor.

Through one-on-one training and ongoing support, they will teach you how to use low vision aids effectively and introduce adaptive techniques to enhance your daily activities.

Regain Independence and Confidence

Through low vision rehabilitation, we aim to help you regain your independence, boost your confidence, and improve your overall quality of life. Whether you are in the beginning stages of vision changes or have long standing vision loss, we’ll work as a team to find solutions to reach your visual goals and aspirations.

Adaptive vision for an inclusive world.