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The 7 Best Apps For People With Low Vision And Blindness

While visual impairment is a reality for many, it doesn’t need to be a hindrance. We understand how challenging simple tasks like preparing meals, running errands or watching TV can feel frustrating and complicated. Thankfully, there are new innovations and tech helping people with low vision adapt to the evolving world around them. In this… Read more »

February: Low Vision and Age-Related Macular Degeneration Month

February is Low Vision and Age-Related Macular Degeneration Month. It’s a mouthful and an eyeful so you know it’s important! If you or someone you care for has low vision or AMD, here’s what you need to know.    What is Low Vision? Low vision is when someone has difficulty seeing even with glasses, contacts,… Read more »

7 Things to Expect at the Tacoma Vision Fair in February

February might be known as the month of love but it’s also a month dedicated to spreading awareness about low vision and macular degeneration.    To do our part, we’re bringing you the first in-person Hope Vision Foundation event of the year – the Tacoma Vision Fair! This is the perfect event for people with… Read more »

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Stories of Vision – Hayley Agers

Stories of Vision This is the second installment of Stories of Vision.  We are fortunate to know and work with amazing people who have overcome what could have been debilitating vision loss.  Stories of Vision will tell their stories in their own words.  This story is from Hayley Agers.  We are honored to share her story… Read more »

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Cooking Safely for People With Low Vision or Blind

  You Can Cook Safely   You do not have to give up cooking for yourself or your family, if this is something you have enjoyed. I give you my tips for cooking safely in this article. Get started with your Care Partner, or caregiver, to organize and set up your kitchen in a way… Read more »

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Tax Considerations for the Blind

Did you know that there are special tax considerations if you are blind? Tax time is around the corner.  You should know that there are special tax considerations if you are blind or have low vision.  We answer common tax questions below and provide tools and services to help you or your loved one with… Read more »

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Vision Loss and Veterans

You have served our country, now we serve you. On Veteran’s Day we take time to acknowledge the sacrifice and dedication of our service members and their families. At Hope Vision Foundation Veterans and their families hold a special place in our hearts. Our board has three military veterans and three experts who served in… Read more »

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Stories of Vision – Christi Sobieski

Stories of Vision Welcome to the first installment of Stories of Vision.  We are fortunate to know and work with amazing people who have overcome what could have been debilitating vision loss.  Stories of Vision will tell their stories in their own words.  Our first story is from Christi Sobieski.  We are honored to have… Read more »

Doctor Speak Blog Series

Doctor Speak – Glaucoma Awareness

Glaucoma is a major cause of irreversible vision loss worldwide. Hope Vision Foundation reminds you that early detection and treatment can help protect your sight.

Increasing the Accessibility of your Website

This article was originally published by Genevieve Rodgers and PEMDAS Business Solutions.  It has been posted here because it gives tools and tips that all businesses can use to increase the accessibility of their website for vision impaired consumers and patients.     Increasing accessibility of your website for the vision impaired Sometimes what you do… Read more »

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