Cherie Senz
March 29, 2017

From grief to positivity - Cherie Senz of Derry, NH has lived with vision problems since she was a baby. She was diagnosed with retinopathy of prematurity after being placed in an incubator due to her premature birth. 

Read Full Story > How Vision Loss Changed One Woman's Outlook

Linda Armijo
March 09, 2017

In 2008, David Hagen, 64, of Hampton, began experiencing smoky vision. He made an appointment with his doctor, who concluded it might be a symptom of dry eyes, but suggested that he see a specialist to ensure it was nothing major. A year later, he visited an optometrist thinking he needed glasses. During that appointment, the diagnosis was devastating: he had advanced glaucoma which had caused optic nerve damage.

Read Full Story > A Sense of Belonging During a Challenging Time

Rita Laurion
May 15, 2016

It was a little over a year ago when Rita Laurion realized something wasn't right - something was going on with her eyes. "My vision was so blurry I couldn't read! I visited several different doctors, had lots of eye exams but for several months they were baffled. No one knew what was wrong with me.

Read Full Story > You Have to Live with What You Have

Joan Pinard
May 27, 2014

Joan Pinard stated it’s not easy to ask for help. But 5 years ago, following cataract surgery, Joan's eye doctor told her she had macular degeneration. "I knew something wasn’t right because I was starting to see some cloudiness in my vision and was having difficulty with reading and driving. I was hoping it wasn’t macular degeneration."

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Trahan Family
May 21, 2014

It's hard to believe that only 5 years ago, at age 42, Dana Trahan was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Though operable, the swelling of the tumor damaged her optic nerve, causing severe and permanent vision loss. After the turmor was removed, the doctors were hopeful that her sight would improve. Sadly, that never happened.

Read Full Story > I Count my Blessings. I Have so Much to be Thankful For.

Linda Armijo
May 21, 2014

Linda Armijo - When I had a stroke back in January 2013, I didn’t think to go to the hospital right away. I assumed I had a bad flu. But I was very wrong. It was a stroke that resulted in homonymous hemianopsia, a condition I developed after my brain hemorrhaged. 

Read Full Story > I'm Right Where I Want to be in Life