Low vision exists when ordinary glasses, contact lenses, medical treatment, and/or surgery cannot fully correct vision. Unlike total blindness, people with low vision have some useful vision. However, vision loss interferes with their ability to complete tasks of everyday life such as reading, recognizing faces, cooking, driving, and differentiating color. Our comprehensive, multi-disciplinary approach to care provides a team of specialists from ophthalmologists to optometrists to Orthoptists who are trained to evaluate your condition and to learn about tools and assistive technology available to help you meet the demands of daily living.