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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:

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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.
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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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Here are some wonderful resources for physicians and those living with vision loss. Find the resources you and your patients need to live and thrive!

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NEWS & EVENTS
Clinic Coordinator Reports to:   the President/CEO Supervises: 1.8 FTE; Program Coordinator and Receptionist Hours: Full time, exempt Salary: 38,000-45,000 DOE with full medical benefits Job overview: The Clinic Coordinator oversees...
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The Art Beyond Sight program provides regular tours of the museum’s collection to visitors with low or no vision. Tours are held at all SAM locations and are free with...
Interested in learning braille? Try our introduction to braille workshop! The Touch of Braille workshops are offered several times a year. Sign-up for our newsletter to be notified of upcoming workshops....
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The tactile tour experience for visitors with low or no vision The Museum of Flight now offers sensory tours! Docent-led tours showcase the history, design and science behind select aircraft...
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Help proofread books at Washington Talking Book & Braille Library Call for volunteers! If you are a tactile braille reader in the Seattle area who can come to the Washington Talking...
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Start dreaming and planning ahead! Named after the 19th century blind world traveler James Holman, the Holman Prize empowers blind men and women from around the world to complete the...
University Lions Club awards a grant to Sight Connection.  President Shannon Grady Martsolf, second from right, accepts the check with Development Director Emily Bader to her right.  
December 30 at 1:00pm at the 5th Avenue Theatre. Holiday Inn is a wonderful new musical inspired by the Oscar-winning film featuring lavish sets and costumes, spectacular choreography and 20...

Join us May 8th for our an inspiring morning!

We’re hosting our first annual Connecting for Greater Vision breakfast on May 8.  Learn more here.

Thank you to our sponsors:

Visionary:

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Supporters:

Gerri Craves

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Amy and Andrew Farrier

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Friends:

Franklin and Lesley Cordell

Marketing Intelligence

Teal Group Techonologies LLC

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Table Sponsors:

Sean Kelly

Mary Lewis

Theresa and Steve Moon

Miles Otoupal

Peak Sports and Spine

Retina Specialists Northwest

Kellie Sloane

Transforming Age Foundation