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Low Vision Rehabilitation


The goal of Vision Rehabilitation is to help those with low or impaired vision live productive and satisfying lives as independently and safely as possible.

Occupational Therapists work with clients who are challenged by a variety of vision conditions that impact their ability to function. These conditions may include, but are not limited to: glaucoma, macular degeneration, and diabetic retinopathy. Our goal is to keep individuals independent and safe doing day-to-day activities in their own homes, despite the vision condition. We can also provide home assessments to determine what low vision modifications can be recommended.

Occupational therapists can also help address the visual deficits that may arise following a sudden neurologic event such as a concussion, brain injury, or stroke which may cause oculomotor deficits, double vision, and visual field cuts.

We offer this program at our Muskegon, Grand Haven and Grand Rapids clinics!

Our Occupational Therapy Director and team leader, Shannon Davis, has recently graduated with a Masters Certificate in Low Vision through the University of Alabama, Birmingham.

Meet our Low Vision Rehabilitation Team: