Hope for those with Visual Impairment
Vision Loss can be a traumatic experience. This is especially true if you have just begun to lose your vision (Low Vision). Having Low Vision means that even with regular glasses, contact lenses, medicine, or surgery, you find everyday tasks difficult to do. Reading the mail, shopping, cooking, and writing can all seem challenging.
Your doctor may not be able to restore your vision, but Low Vision services can help you make the most of what is remaining. You can continue enjoying friends, family, hobbies, and other interests just as you always have. The key is to not delay use of these services.
You can make an appointment to visit one of our Low Vision Clinics in Grand Rapids, Holland or Muskegon, by calling (616) 458-1187.
In 2020, ABVI became an independent subsidiary of Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital. Both organizations have for more than a century served people with disabilities using therapeutic interventions and specialized technology.
Our annual fundraiser is going virtual!
Host your own private happy hour and support the ABVI’s mission of helping those with low vision or blindness thrive in this sighted world. Sign up at this link and pick up your Party Pack at the ABVI office at 456 Jefferson St. SE in Grand Rapids between Oct. 26 and 31.
We help individuals living with Low Vision or Blindness thrive in a sighted world