Through counseling, our low-vision clinic, in-home assessments, and orientation trainings, Sight Connection will help you adapt and better utilize the vision you have left. Get started now.



Our adaptive aids products will help you thrive. At our store in Seattle, or online, our expert staff will recommend the tools you need to work, play and stay connected.



Each year we help thousands of people across Western Washington learn how to use the tools they need to live independently. We couldn’t do it without you.


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Are you a member of Boeing Employees Credit Union (BECU) or know someone who is? Sight Connection would love you to nominate us to be a winner of a grant...
If you’ve ever wanted to learn how to sail, here’s your opportunity!  Blind Sailing Unlimited is offering a free clinic for beginning sailors and no experience is necessary to participate....
July 12 – 28, Center Theatre Black Box, Seattle Center Sound Theatre Company continues their 2018 season The Human Family: Towards a Radical Inclusion with a groundbreaking play reading series....
Anna Shagas, OD and Low Vision/Adaptive Therapist Mell Toy in office.
Two days into her new role as Sight Connection’s low vision optometrist, Anna Shagas, OD gets introduced to the latest adaptive aids by Low Vision/Adaptive Therapist, Mell Toy.  
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UBER has partnered with Sight Connection to ensure every King County resident has access to Sight Connection’s low vision clinic regardless of where they live.  Lack of transportation is the number one...
If you are a tactile braille reader in the Seattle area who can come to the Washington Talking Book & Braille Library (WTBBL) for a weekly two-hour shift, and want...
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All it takes to join is to include Sight Connection in your planned giving.  It could be as easy as designating a gift of any amount to Sight Connection in...
Woman with sunglasses
Summer is in full swing! Don’t forget. If you plan to catch some rays, wear sunglasses and a brimmed hat. Be sure to use sunglasses that block at least 99% of UVA/B rays. Here are some summer tips for protecting your eyes.

Sight Connection
(206) 525-5556
929 N 130th St., Suite 3
Seattle, WA 98133
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