MABVI makes referrals to doctors for Low Vision Evaluations and specialized exams that help people with low vision function better with their remaining eyesight. There are many benefits to visiting a low vision center. The low vision exam provides essential information about how patients function in everyday life, and one-on-one training is offered to help to enhance usable vision, often with prescribed optical devices. The optometrist may also suggest follow-up services such as MABVI’s in-home occupational therapy to make sure that patients have the training to help with activities of daily living and successfully use any devices.
MABVI partners with optometrists who specialize in low vision for part or all of their practice. We’d be happy to tell you more about the exam and the doctors near you—just call.
Low vision exams are covered by many insurance plans. (Clients are responsible for any co-pays, deductibles, fees, and costs of any devices). For additional information, please read our helpful guide,
MABVI affiliated Low Vision Centers
What to Expect at a Low Vision Center
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Services we provide
Orientation and Mobility
Training for caregivers and individuals on safe, effective travel in the community and at home.
Your life changes when your vision changes. It’s normal for this to feel upsetting and difficult, but you don’t have to go through it alone. Our Adjustment Counseling program can help.
The best support and advice is offered by people who really know what you’re going through – people who’ve had parallel experiences. Peers with shared experiences may even be able to anticipate your questions. While adjusting to vision loss, and even after you’ve grown accustomed to the change, a peer support group is a big help