What’s New!


What is it that you want? Coaching is a mentoring model used to help you define and meet professional goals. At Low Vision U, executive coaching is used to help you as the executive establish and reach goals of growing a low vision practice or enhancing current clinical skills. An initial assessment is the first step to identifying strengths and growth opportunities in the area of low vision rehabilitation development. A customized structure to support the goals includes one-on-one and small group virtual office hours with coaches of choice.
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A creative learning structure provides a variety of experiences for all types of learners. A guided curriculum, online education, practice building resources, and connection to other low vision colleagues define the unique approach of LowVisionU. Short instruction videos and written content supports the practitioner who moves at his/her own pace. Small group webinar learning environments supports the practitioner who learns best with a challenging cohort model. Occasional webinar events will support the practioner who thrives from thinking on his/her feet and is challenged by consideration of patient cases. Learn More


Whether you represent an organization, a practice, or a non-profit for global health, consulting resources are available through LowVisionU. Consulting arrangements can include short or long term projects from practice building to industry/professional relationship developmentLearn More

In The Loop

Student Access! We will have a special program for students. Stay “In The Loop” on LowVisionU! Student membership will include access to all the same education courses and resources of full professional members. Network with other members and learn from low vision global leaders.Learn More
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Get In The Low Vision Loop!

Low Vision U is a site for education about low vision and connection to others in low vision !

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What Client’s Say

Finally, a place to bring low vision education and networking together! Low Vision can be so intimidating.  I’m glad someone is helping students make the transition to practice!