The Sight Center provides a unique blend of programs and services that help people of all ages work, learn, play, and live independently with permanent vision loss.
Low Vision Clinic
Individualized rehabilitation services that make the best use of remaining functional vision for people who no longer benefit from glasses, contacts, surgery or medication.
Daily Living Adaptations
Instruction in adaptive ways to perform daily tasks to live independently at home, to obtain or maintain employment or to take part in community life.
Orientation And Mobility
Instruction in safe, independent travel in the home, workplace or community including white cane and sighted-guide training when appropriate.
Training in the use of computer hardware, software or other assistive devices for use at home, work, school or play.
Home Safety Enhancements
Assessment, advice and modification of the home environment to prevent falls, improve health and enhance safety for people living with permanent vision loss.
Early Childhood Program
The Early Intervention philosophy is that parents and caregivers are the most important teachers in a child’s life. Appropriate Early Intervention services assist parents in creating meaningful bonds with their children.
Strengthening the knowledge and skills of caregivers to create supportive environments for people who are blind or visually impaired.
More than a store, The Shop is a doorway to hope, with thousands of low-vision retail products in stock and on display.
Information and referral to local, state, and national agencies that specialize in services for people who are visually impaired.
The Sight Center maintains a monthly satellite clinic in Findlay, Ohio, making it easier for clients in and around Hancock County to receive services. Additional satellite clinic locations are being explored for other parts of our 18-county service area
How To Get Started
Learn how to become a client of The Sight Center, what to expect from your initial visit, and how our processes work.