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Through counseling, our low-vision clinic, in-home assessments, and orientation trainings, Sight Connection can help you adapt
to vision loss, and utilize the vision you have left. Get started below:
Visit our primary clinic location in Seattle, or one of our satellite clinics in Sedro Woolley and Bremerton, for a low vision evaluation and to learn about tools, training, and assistive technologies available to help you meet the demands of daily living.
Whether it’s incorporating low-vision devices at work and home, or learning how to customize your kitchen so you can cook for yourself, the programs and workshops at Sight Connection will help you live a more independent life.
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NEWS & EVENTS
Sight Connection’s First Annual Breakfast May 8, 2018 Bell Harbor Conference Center Registration: 7:00-7:30 AM Program: 7:30-8:30 AM Keynote Speaker: Lt. Governor Cyrus Habib Put on your calendar. More details...
Do you know all the built-in accessibility features on your phone, pad or Windows PC? How about the advantages of video magnifiers and other readers such as read-to-text? Assistive Technology...
Protect your hands and arms from hot oven racks! This pack contains two 18″ covers that snap on to any standard oven rack. Made from DuPont NOMEX, the same fabric that...
Thank you to the Seattle Central School of Opticianry for its donation of $19,000 in optical equipment.
Eschenbach’s Polinelli® premium readers collection combines modern style with BluePro Technology – a patented lens coating that blocks approximately 30% of potentially harmful blue light to help provide a better...
Mohammad’s life, Mohammad was homeless, hungry, blind, spoke no English and very despondent. Sight Connection’s social worker first addressed the acute depression that was paralyzing Mohammad from seeking help. Working...
Sight Connection will be at the Assistive Technology and Resources Fair at the Auburn Library on Saturday, April 29 from 11am to 3pm. Assistive technology is any product or service...
Sight Connection’s store has more than 900 adaptive aids that support independence.
Here’s feedback from the last week.
“The store has been a lifesaver. I didn’t know this place was here.”
“If you or someone you know or love is blind or partially sighted, you should check out their store full of well made, quality and reasonably priced adaptive and assistive devices. Seriously. This organization, their merchandise and it’s people have helped me immensely and I can’t thank them enough.”
“I’m going to be a Sight Connection Client/Customer for life.”