Friends of Low Vision (Feinbloom Center)

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Friends of Low Vision (formerly Friends of the Partially Sighted) provides funding to the William Feinbloom Center at The Eye Institute.

Low vision and rehabilitative services are provided in the William Feinbloom Center. The multidisciplinary staff of the Feinbloom Center provides adaptive equipment, rehabilitative services, and information to patients who have experienced vision loss from congenital ocular conditions and diseases such as age-related macular degeneration or glaucoma.

The Feinbloom Center's interdisciplinary staff is made up of optometrists, social workers, and certified low vision therapists. As a team, they develop low vision strategies that help patients with visual impairment to achieve goals such as reading, identifying street signs and bus numbers, managing household and job-related tasks, and much more. Recently, Heather Napolitano was able to achieve her goal of being able to see her daughter dance on stage at her recital, thanks to the services and assistance she received at the Feinbloom Center. Read more of her story here.

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