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Low Vision Rehab in Williamsville, NY

Rediscover your independence.

If you or your loved one is faced with serious visual impairment, make an appointment at Advanced Eyecare Center.

We partner with our patients, helping them preserve their remaining vision and get access to vital support services.

What is low vision rehab?

Low vision is defined as significant visual impairment that can’t be improved by corrective lenses, medication or eye surgery. It can be the result of many medical conditions including:

  • age-related macular degeneration,
  • glaucoma,
  • and diabetic retinopathy.

For low vision sufferers, it is important to work with specialists who can help preserve and maximize any remaining vision. And it is important to connect with the many services available that support productive, independent living.

We are one of the state’s leading certified low vision specialists, and we work with a network of experts in retinal care and low vision rehabilitation.

Our office is equipped with state-of-the-art technologies to detect and treat changes to eye health.

Our goal is to partner with you or your loved one, providing access to technologies that can preserve remaining eye health and services that enable independence and confidence.

Positive, independent living

Our greatest focus is helping you or your loved one enjoy a productive life and manage daily tasks.

We train patients on useful visual aids such as magnifiers, computerized reading devices, and glare-reducing indoor and outdoor sunglasses. We also provide extensive orientation and mobility training for confident, independent travel.

Our optometrists partner with the New York State Commission for the Blind and Visually Handicapped to help our patients get access to vital support services and benefits.

Our approach is to help you or your loved one live life to the fullest, maintain independence and find ways to continue managing everyday tasks. We are a leading center in Western New York for low vision diagnostics, therapies and services. Contact us to find out more.