• 28 DEC 17
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    Some Things About Tech Were Good in 2017. No, Really.

    An estimated 10 million Americans are blind or visually impaired, and until recently, tech companies did not have much to offer them. But that’s changing, thanks to start-ups like eSight and Aira, two companies that are taking advantage of recent advances in mobile and imaging technology to help visually impaired people navigate the world. ContinueRead more →
    • 26 DEC 17
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    Meet Low Vision Visionary Molly Burke

    Molly Burke is a typical 23 year-old woman. She loves music, make-up and YouTube. She loves to travel and has a dog named Gallop. She loves fashion, has a unique retro style, her YouTube vlog has more than 200,000 subscribers and she is building an Instagram following with 15,000 + followers to date. Molly wasRead more →
    • 31 DEC 17
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    Low Vision Specialists of MD & VA 2017 Year In Review

    As we reflect upon our achievements over the past 12 months, 2017 was an extraordinary year at Low Vision Specialists of MD & VA. First and foremost, we helped a significantly larger patient demographic with our one-of-a-kind low vision services, introduced new disruptive technology to our patients, launched our low vision advocacy program “Low VisionRead more →
    • 07 DEC 17
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    December is Eye Safety Month

    December is Eye Safety Month and a good time to learn how to avoid eye hazards in the home.  Each year common household products cause nearly 125,000 eye injuries - the majority of them preventable. Here are tips and suggestions that can help you and your family prevent eye injuries at home. When it comesRead more →