Low Vision and Blindness Experts

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Life-Changing Resources For Residents With Vision Loss To Live Independently

How many people in your Retirement Community suffer from vision loss?

According to the National Eye Institute, approximately 1 in 3 Americans 65 and older have some form of vision-reducing eye disease.

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Residents with Vision Loss?

Open the door to our life-changing resources.

Our life-changing resources are designed to help residents live more independently and enjoy:

  • Read and sort mail
  • View calendar of activities
  • See prescription bottles
  • Know expiration dates
  • Find phone numbers
  • Manage finances
  • Smile at family photos
  • Enjoy crossword puzzles
  • Help with make-up and hair
  • The list goes on and on...

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Help your residents live more independently.

Together we improve outcomes for a resident's revitalized self-esteem and renewed quality of life and help seniors to thrive.

We have latest and most advanced low vision and blindness technology with the finest personal service for you.

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Expert Help From Start To Finish

It should be IMPOSSIBLE for anyone with Low Vision NOT to know about & experience this technology.

We are here to help. We are well known, tested, proven and trusted. No matter what your Resident's low vision or blindness needs, we have the right solution with compassionate care.


Free 2 hour no obligation assessment of the latest technology in either our Technology Showroom or in the person's place of residence.


We represent nearly 100% of all major low vision and blindness suppliers, offering the latest up-to-date and most consumer choice under one roof.


We go to your facility so they can be trained in the actual environment where they are using the technology.

Affordable Options

Through our Peace of Mind Program, we offer 3 convenient monthly pricing packages. Training & support is included, no more worries.

Convenient Locations

Our Low Vision Adaptive Technology Showroom is conveniently located in Worcester Massachusetts. This will allow the person to experience a hands-on evaluation and training with the latest visual impairment technology.

Satisfaction Guaranteed

Our return policy is designed to provide you with sufficient time to ensure your Patient made the right decision and that they are completely satisfied.

The Many Psychological Benefits of Low Vision Technology 

Maintains Independence and Autonomy

Being able to see and complete your daily tasks independently fosters a sense of self-sufficiency and control over one's life. This naturally can lead to greater confidence and self-assurance.

Enhances Self-Esteem and Sense of Accomplishment

Successfully and independently Seeing and completing daily activities provides a sense of achievement. It reinforces a person's belief in their own abilities, which is essential for a positive self-image.

Promotes a Sense of Purpose

Being able see and engaging in one’s daily activities gives individuals a reason to get up and participate actively in life. Seeing their stuff helps residents feel productive and valued.

Provides Routine and Structure

Seeing the daily items and documents around your residence helps maintain a routine and structure in daily life which can provide a sense of stability and predictability. This can also reduce anxiety and improve overall mental well-being.

Boosts Mood and Reduces Depression

Being able to see and get your stuff done can lead to a sense of satisfaction and happiness. Seeing and participating in routine activities release endorphins, which are known as "feel-good" hormones, helping to improve mood and reduce symptoms of depression.

Facilitates Social Interaction

Seeing the things you do everyday, such as meal preparation and personal hygiene, are very important social activities. Engaging in these activities can provide opportunities for social interaction, which is vital for mental health.

Maintains Cognitive Function

Seeing and managing your daily activities often requires cognitive skills like problem-solving, memory, and attention. Engaging in these activities can help maintain cognitive function and prevent cognitive decline.

Provides a Sense of Normalcy and Familiarity

For individuals experiencing changes in health or life circumstances, being able to see and maintain the continuation of familiar routines and activities can offer comfort and stability.

Reduces Feelings of Helplessness and Dependency

Seeing oneself and being able to take care of oneself provides a sense of control and reduces feelings of helplessness or dependence on others.

Fosters a Positive Outlook on Life

Having the ability to see and independently manage one's daily activities can lead to a more optimistic outlook on life. It reinforces a belief in one's ability to face challenges.

Reduces Stress and Anxiety

Knowing that you can see and handle your basic needs and responsibilities can reduce feelings of stress and anxiety associated with feeling overwhelmed or incapable.

Improves Quality of Life

When individuals are able to see and care for themselves and maintain their daily routines, they are more likely to experience an overall higher quality of life and a greater sense of satisfaction.

Encourages Engagement in Leisure and Social Activities

When you are able to see and meet your basic needs, you are more likely to have the energy and motivation to engage in leisure activities and socialize with others, which further contributes to psychological well-being.

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