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.


TODAY YOUR GIFT IS MATCHED - Today, give 30 seconds to see how YOU transform the lives of the visually impaired. Today, give 30 seconds to donate to Sight Connection. Today, give 30 seconds and your gift...
A Touch of Braille: A Brief Intro to Braille System – Dec 3, 2018 - Interested in learning braille? Try our introduction to braille workshop! Join us for a two-hour introduction to braille system. Try out braille basics and see how it might be useful to...
Campfire Girls visit Sight Connection - Campfire girls divided into our senses ending with seeing. Social worker Kate Fewell created an engaging curriculum that got everyone asking questions.  Braille instructor and board member Keiko Namekata introduced the...
Seattle Art Museum logo Seattle Art Museum- Art Beyond Sight Tours 2018-2019 - Art Beyond Sight  is a free tour program  for low and no vision visitors and their sighted guests at the Seattle Art Museum. Tours are at 2-3:30 PM with light refreshments...
Innovative New Kitchen Products at Testing Stage -    Wonderful new products to come on the market for cooking and functioning independently and safely in the kitchen.  Very exciting stuff   https://www.wimp.com/student-invents-cooking-tools-for-the-visually-impaired/  
Providers Open House- Thanks for coming - Referring eye care providers and Sight Connection staff got to meet each at last night’s first Providers Open House.  Optometrists and ophthalmologists in private practice as well as Children’s Hospital,...
Sight Connection's Braille Graphic with words Adapt. Learn. Thrive. Accessible Voting Available October 20 - Accessible Voting Available October 20   WHAT: Accessible Voting Center WHO: King County Voters needing Accessible Voting Machines WHEN: Saturday, October 20 WHERE: City University of Seattle, 521 Wall St., Seattle, Vancouver room The...
Life Changing Technology for Older People Experiencing Vision Loss Presentation - Join AccessWorld Editor in Chief, Lee Huffman, and several AccessWorld authors, for a presentation that will change your life!   Life-changing Technology for Older People Experiencing Vision Loss   AccessWorld...

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