Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is a leading cause of vision loss in adults over the age of 50. AMD causes damage to a small part [...]
The Lighthouse’s Low Vision Services program provides important resources for our employees and community members with low vision needs, as it’s one of the only secondary care clinics in the Puget Sound area.
If you ever visit the Low Vision Clinic at the Lighthouse, Customer Service Admin and Scheduler Eun-Gyong Lee-Rossow might be the first voice you hear.
Low vision can be a distressing experience, especially when people feel that their life activities are restricted due to their vision problems. However, with [...]
Every year in February, we celebrate Low Vision Awareness Month to raise awareness about the challenges faced by people with low vision and to [...]
The Lighthouse’s Low Vision Services include Independent Living Program Services, Lighthouse Low Vision Clinic, and Lighthouse Low Vision Store.
There are many ways that a person living with low vision can continue to successfully manage their home, especially when it comes to everyday [...]
The Lighthouse Low Vision Clinic is open for in-person appointments on Tuesday-Thursday. Services are by appointment only. The Low Vision Clinic will continue to offer [...]