Top 10 Low Vision Aids for 2018
The compassionate Low Vision Specialists at New England Low Vision and Blindness have compiled our list of Top 10 Low Vision Aids that can help.
We are very proud to announce the addition of:
Dr. Kara Gagnon, National Director, Advanced Low Vision Eye Clinic and Rehabilitation Services.
Clients seeking the less-expensive daily living aid type products should contact:
The Carroll Center for the Blind in Newton, MA at 617.969.6200, Ext. 240.
Thank you for your past patronage at our former retail store.
We look forward to serving you again at our New Showroom and Eye Clinic!
At our New Showroom and Eye Clinic, we see clients by appointment only. Please call in advance of visiting.
The New Showroom is unique because it contains all the leading technology from every major supplier in one place. (i.e. Electronic Magnification Systems ‘CCTV’s’ Desktop and Portable, 3-in-1, Text-to-Speech ‘OCR’ Devices, Speech & Magnification Software, iPad and Tablet Options, Blindness Products, and many other options. )
Worcester, MA (May 2, 2016) – In response to recent growth and a demand for more locations, Scott Krug, President and Owner of New England Low Vision and Blindness (NELV&B), announces the opening of a new low vision showroom in Shelton, Connecticut. This location will add more flexibility and convenience for people with vision impairments to get assessments, hands-on experience and training with low vision and blindness devices from every major supplier of vision assistive technology.
New England Low Vision and Blindness is a full-service technology and training company that provides low vision and blindness products and training services to people who are blind and visually impaired and to the professionals who serve them throughout the six states of New England.
Vision Dynamics, a 19-year provider of low vision and blindness aids to the people of Connecticut and to government agencies across the nation has been acquired by New England Low Vision and Blindness.
“We are excited about the growth path that New England Low Vision and Blindness is on,” said Scott Krug, President of New England Low Vision and Blindness. “With the acquisition of Vision Dynamics we are not making any major changes, we are just expanding our current services to add more products, more locations, more people who can readily respond to the needs of people with low vision and blindness in New England and across the country.”
New England Low Vision and Blindness is New England’s leading provider of low vision aids, blindness aids and training services to people who are blind and visually impaired and to the professionals who serve them.