Low Vision is a word to describe visual impairment not correctable by standard glasses. There are many types of visual impairment, and many strategies and devices for living with visual impairment.
Living with visual impairment can be
Types of Visual Impairment
Mild Visual Impairment
People with mild visual impairments are not disabled and can still function in every way- They can read, they can work... They can even drive if they have paperwork filled out by their optometrist for the DMV! Ask us if you need the appropriate paperwork to show the DMV proving that your vision is good enough to drive.
Moderate Visual Impairment
Severe Visual Impairment
Lysle Shaw-McMinn, O.D.
Dr. Lysle graduated from Southern California College of Optometry in 2014. His knowledge of technology and enthusiasm for pediatric and senior care has brought him to work with us in Sun City Vision Center.
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