July 9, 2015

Low Vision Evaluations to Begin in October

- Future In Sight

a blind girl using headphones on the computer in a library

The Association Welcomes Kristen Bryant, O.D.

Vision loss is a growing problem, but having compromised vision doesn’t mean that a compromised life awaits. With the right help, people who are blind or visually impaired can live full, rich lives.

The Association is excited to announce that Kristen Bryant, O.D. from the Medical Eye Center will hold monthly low vision evaluations at our Concord office beginning in October 2015.

This functional eye exam focuses directly on how a particular person’s vision impairment affects day-to-day living. Ultimately the evaluation serves to assist people who are partially sighted to use their remaining vision more effectively through prescribing and training in the use of low vision aids and devices.

If you’d like more information about the Association’s services or to schedule an appointment please call us 1-800-464-4035 or email us at [email protected].

Bette Smith

The New Hampshire Association for the Blind is committed to being the primary organization where individuals, caregivers, family and the medical community can learn more about the wide range of services, information and resources that are available throughout the state.