Low Vision Aids

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    Taxonomy Code: LH-0600.9000-450

    Programs that pay for or provide magnifiers, magnification equipment, light intensification equipment, night vision equipment, closed circuit television devices and other products which help people who have visual impairments use their remaining vision to greater advantage.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Blind and Visually Impaired Resources - A3Provides the following services to help people adapt and adjust to vision loss: - In-home training and education - Adaptive aids - Support groups - Low-vision specialist eye exams - Workshops and public presentations Also provides information and referrals to other resources for individuals throughout the state.Denver CountyA3A3
    Low Vision Support Services - Ensight Skills CenterOffers services for people with low vision or impaired vision that cannot be corrected by medical, surgical or optical means such as: - Daily living skills training - Assisting technology training - Magnifiers - Low vision aid use and acquisition - Peripheral vision training - Home safety assessments - Support groups - Educational seminarsLarimer CountyFort Collins - Ensight Skills CenterEnsight Skills Center
    Older Adult and Senior Services / Connections for Independent LivingOur Older Adult and Senior Services program is designed to assist individuals in maintaining their independence for as long as they desire. All of our core services are available to seniors, depending on need, and we provide strong advocacy aimed at dispelling the many myths of aging which build barriers between older individuals and the community. The Senior Services program works collaboratively with many other organizations to ensure that seniors receive all the services and benefits available to them in their communities. These organizations include the Area Agency on Aging, Social Services, Social Security, the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, Retired Senior Volunteer Program, senior centers, home health care agencies, and others.Weld CountyConnections for Independent LivingConnections for Independent Living
    Vision After 55 Program / Connections for Independent LivingThis program has two distinct components: services to seniors who have lost vision, yet choose to remain independent, and educational outreach to the community about vision loss. We help individuals by providing them with high- and low-tech assistive technology to maximize their vision. Connections’ staff is also able to advise consumers on home modifications that make it possible for them to remain in their homes.Weld CountyConnections for Independent LivingConnections for Independent Living

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