Managing Diabetes with Vision Loss

Managing Diabetes with Vision Loss By Shawnna Armstrong, Certified Low Vision and Vision Rehabilitation Therapist February 18, 2021     There are over 30 million people living with diabetes in the United State ... Read More

Winter Travel

Winter Travel By Cassie Gourlay, AVRE Certified Orientation & Mobility Specialist December 2, 2020     The winter weather is here in the Southern Tier Region. Here are a few traveling tips and suggestions to h ... Read More

Useful Apps for People who are Blind or Visually Impaired

Useful Apps for People who are Blind or Visually Impaired By Shawnna Armstrong, Certified Low Vision and Vision Rehabilitation Therapist October 2, 2020 Smartphones can assist people who are blind or visually impaired with e ... Read More

Indoor and Outdoor Lighting: Q&A

Indoor and Outdoor Lighting: Q&A By Diane McMillan, Manager of Low Vision Clinic May 13, 2020 How important is lighting when you have low vision? Lighting is very important. Anyone with low vision will tell you wha ... Read More

Staying Active

Staying Active By Cassie Gourlay, AVRE Certified Orientation and Mobility Specialist April 23, 2020 It is easy to sit on your couch, stay inside, and become immobile during the COVID-19 pandemic. Finding accessible exercise ... Read More

Staying Connected

Staying Connected By Margaret Opalka, AVRE Orientation and Mobility Specialist, Vision Rehabilitation Specialist April 6, 2020 Because of COVID-19 and the social isolation necessary to combat it, new ways to stay connected are fl ... Read More

Providing Remote Services

Providing Remote Services By Shawnna Armstrong, AVRE Certified Vision Rehabilitation Therapist April 7, 2020 Currently due to the restrictions related to COVID-19, our ability to provide face to face services with our consumers h ... Read More