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Our adaptive aids products can help you thrive. Whether at our store in Seattle, or online, our expert staff can recommend the tools you need to work, play and stay connected to those you love.
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Visit our store in Seattle! We have hundreds of products to help you live independently. Whether you are shopping for a magnifier, a white cane, or some large print playing cards, our staff can help you find the product or gadget to make your life easier.
Revenue from our store sales helps support the broad range of programs provided by Sight Connection.
In addtion to 100s of vision aid and independent living products, our staff, in partnership with our Low Vision Clinic, can help you learn to select the best aids for your goals and hobbies, including:
- Distance and high powered reading glasses
- Handheld and Stand Magnifiers
- Monocular Telescopes
- Prisms for the purpose of field expansion
- Bioptic Telescope systems for driving or other goal specific tasks
- Training with our Low Vision Therapist on the proper use of the recommended low vision devices
- Selection and use of a white cane
Returns & Exchanges
In Person: Bring your item(s) and original packaging, warranties and instructions to our retail store at 929 N 130th St, Suite 3, Seattle, WA 98133
By mail: Call us at (800) 458-4888 to obtain a Return Authorization (RA) number and shipping instructions. We will provide detailed instructions over the phone.
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NEWS & EVENTS
Microsoft has developed a coding language, Code Jumper that is specifically for the blind and visually impaired. It is different from computer-based programming languages such as Python and C++, since Code Jumper is an educational tool comprised of modular, physical pieces students can string together to create code. It makes coding tactile and fun — and it’s highly customizable. Students can play single musical notes or complete songs, tell stories, use pre-set sounds and make their own sounds. They have control over speed, pitch, and volume too. An app, Code Jumper app, is required for the system to work. Each Code Jumper kit has two main components – a hub and several pods. The hub is a hand-sized white plastic device running on four AA batteries with a large circular blue play button and a slightly smaller circular blue stop button, a built-in speaker, volume control and four ports that look like traditional headphone jacks. Code Jumper will be available starting in July through American Printing House for the Blind. Pricing has not yet been determined but a government grant will allow school districts to get these materials for free. If you or your child are a student, contact your school about getting this.-
On Sale at Sight Connection- Zadro LED Lighted Vanity Mirror – 10X/1X Magnification #344 This beautiful 7 1/2″ mirror is perfect for your bathroom counter! It features dual-sided, optical quality glass to ensure a clear...
Introducing Braille Lego Bricks- LEGO has unveiled a new project aimed at helping blind and visually impaired children learn Braille in a playful and engaging way. Lego Braille Bricks, a concept originally proposed to...
A Touch of Braille Workshop- Monday, April 29, 2019 Interested in learning braille? Try our introduction to braille workshop! Join us for a two-hour introduction to braille system. Try out braille basic and see how...
Audio Described Performance of Westside Story- AUDIO DESCRIBED PERFORMANCE OF WESTSIDE STORY Courtesy of Vision Loss Connections Fifth Ave Theater Saturday, June 22, 2019, 2 PM Tickets: only $25 Very Limited Tickets Available Optional Pre-Performance Lunch...
University of Washington’s Communicate to Connect for those with Hearing Loss- Do you experience communication challenges due to hearing loss? If so, please join us for a unique opportunity called Communicate to Connect! Whether you use amplification or not, you are welcome to join...
Promising News regarding Retinal Degenerative Diseases- An article in the March 16, 2019 issue of Interesting Engineering features the success by researchers at UC Berkeley after introducing genes into blind mice. According to the article’s author,...
Art Beyond Sight- Seattle Art Museum- Art Beyond Sight Tour! Seattle Art Museum Art Beyond Sight is a free tour program for visitors with low or no vision and sighted guests. Saturday, March 23 from...
King County Library Survey re Accessibility- The King County Library System would like to hear from you about your experiences with online accessibility within their library system. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/WKRS2SX
Tactile Tour at Museum of Flight- “Touch the Sky” Tactile Tour at The Museum of Flight World War II: Air War at Sea Saturday, March 16th 9:30 AM – 11:00 AM Please R.S.V.P. to Sean Mobley...