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New Product to Help People with Stroke or Brain Related Injuries

What are Side Vision Awareness Glasses (SVAG)? Side Vision Awareness Glasses® (SVAG) were developed by Dr. Errol Rummel of Jackson, ...
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Usually it’s just the ladies, but I was happy to get a big hug from a nice gentleman this afternoon!

Our first Patriot Viewpoint dispensing and training. As a low vision specialist, I like to find the simplest solutions to ...
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Dear Eye Care (or other) Provider,

Do you know or have you ever seen, a friend, patient, client, loved one or other who is unable to ...
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Age, weather, level of vision, and other things to be mindful of…

It's -9 degrees Fahrenheit (never mind the wind chill) and my sweet 107 year old patient had no problem beating ...
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National Low Vision Meeting Summary

As one of the earliest members of the IALVS, Dr. Long attended his 7th annual meeting recently. Click here for ...
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What is different about a low vision exam?

In this video Dr. Long explains what you can expect during a low vision evaluation and what makes it different ...
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Meet Mary!

Mary has "rod achromatopsia."  This is a condition you are born with characterized by a partial or total absence of ...
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New Office Location for Midwest Low Vision in New Albany area!

Thank you to Dr. Braaten for 12 good years of allowing Dr. Long to care for low vision patients in ...
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What is Low Vision?

In this video I define, in my own terms, what it means to have low vision. Low vision is a ...
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Meet Jacob! Albinism and Low Vision.

Indiana Vocational Rehabilitation Services referred Jacob to Midwest Low Vision. Jacob is a high school senior with oculocutaneous Albinism and associated ...
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