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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
Michelle (Mell) Toy has joined Sight Connection as our Low Vision / Adaptive Aids Specialist. She is a native of Western Washington and a graduate of UW. She started in the...
Funding the dreams and ambitions of blind individuals worldwide. The Holman Prize is a brand-new series of awards created by the LightHouse for the Blind in San Francisco. Every year,...
It is important to get regular eye exams and tell your doctor if you notice changes in your vision. According to National Eye Institute (NEI), 4.2 million Americans ages 40...
The 2-in-1 LED Magnifier Floor and Table Light combines 30 Super Bright Natural Daylight LEDs with optical grade magnifiers and a rugged built-in handle, so you have hands-free magnifying light exactly where you need it.
Cyrus Habib will be Washington’s first blind lieutenant governor As Washington state prepared to swear in its first blind lieutenant governor, the Senate underwent a makeover that incorporates Braille into...
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...
Glaucoma is a group of eye diseases that can damage the eye’s optic nerve, the part of the eye that sends images to the brain.
Sight Connection social worker Jeffrey Gerhardstein was featured in Washington Talking Book & Braille Library’s fall newsletter, Reading Matters. The Washington Talking Book & Braille Library (WTBBL) is a program of the Washington State Library that provides library services, at the library and by mail, to any Washington resident unable to read standard print material due to visual impairment or disability.
In 1965, Bonnie found herself looking for support for her deaf, blind toddler, Lynnette. During the Rubella epidemic between 1962-65, more than 20,000 children were born with disabilities resulting from infection during pregnancy, including vision and hearing loss. This epidemic impacted families in Seattle, and, with the seeds of support from Sight Connection, launched an increase in advocacy for children with disabilities for the next 50 years.
At Sight Connection, we believe that losing vision doesn’t mean losing independence.
Sight Connection is moving!
Effective March 1, our new address will be:
929 N 130th St, Suite 3
Seattle, WA 98133
Southwest corner of 130th and Aurora Blvd.
(Behind Car Toys)
Easily reached by bus lines 345 and Rapid Ride E Line.
Parking available right outside our front door.
Our phone numbers will remain the same.
Sight Connection will be closed Friday, February 24th through Tuesday, February 28th.