Features important information about the Center for the Visually Impaired (CVI) to empowered persons with vision loss to live with independence and dignity. CVI rehabilitation services are provided to all ages from early childhood, youth, adults to aging adults or seniors. CVI provides low vision clinics, support groups, and vision rehabilitation services at the Midtown Center and in client homes or community settings.
Features information about Prevent Blindness Georgia services for children and adults through eye health and safety messages, public and professional education, advocacy, certified vision screening and training, community outreach and client service programs. Services are also provided to adults (who meet annual income eligibility requirements), and includes: eye examinations and low-cost eyeglasses, replacement eyeglasses with a current prescription, referrals for care, and glaucoma medication and ongoing treatment as well as retinal photos for clients "at risk" for aging eye disease.
Features information about Vision Rehabilitation Services (VRS) of Georgia serivces. Information includes: comprehensive low-vision evaluations, as well as instruction in a variety of daily living skills, safe travel (orientation and mobility), access technology training in magnification and speech software programs as well as IOS, transition to vision loss counseling and diabetic management.