Our research interests include macular function in low vision patients; outcomes of occupational therapy training of low vision patients; and psychology in low vision rehabilitation.
Low Vision Support Group, 9/5/18: The Power of the PeripheryRead More
Peripheral vision is what is seen to the sides when the eye is pointing straight ahead. Mark is a member of the Low Vision Support Group and a research subject at Smith-Kettlewell.
Low Vision Support Group, 10/3/18: Living a Full Life with Retinitis PigmentosaRead More
Carla Brown is an amazingly energetic and active woman in spite of advanced Retinitis Pigmentosa (RP). She will share some of the techniques, technologies and attitudes that have proved help
Low Vision Support Group, 11/7/18: The Importance of Vision in Understanding the Spoken Word: Hearing and VisionRead More
Understanding speech involves both hearing AND vision. In this presentation, Dr. Helen J.
Low Vision Support Group, 2/6/19: Tips and Tricks Learned from the Low Vision Rehablitation Study GroupRead More
Dr. Don Fletcher will be our next speaker. Each year Dr. Fletcher hosts an informal gathering of clinicians and clinical researchers in Low Vision Rehabilitation.
Low Vision Support Group, 3/6/19: Adjusting to Failing Eyesight -- The Role of Old HabitsRead More
Our next speaker will be Dr. Manfred MacKeben. Dr. MacKeben will discuss how to deal with failing eyesight and the necessity to break old habits.
Low Vision Support Group
Join Dr. Don Fletcher, one of the world’s leading authorities on Low Vision Rehabilitation, to share experiences and learn about the things that help you maintain a full and happy life while living with low vision.