Winning Solutions for Failing Sight
Serving Our Community Since 1979

LVC Introductory Video

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The Low vision Center is a small non-profit based in Bethesda, Maryland, that assists people experiencing vision loss in finding new aids and services.
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Through free, one-on-one appointments...
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... with our staff at LVC, clients can try a variety of lighting solutions,
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tech options, and non-optical aids
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as well as learn about the services available to those with low vision.
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The Low Vision Center also presents our materials in the community, at local libraries, residential communities,
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and health fairs.
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Through the services offered by the Low Vision Center, those with vision loss can find what works for them and continue to partake in what brings them joy.
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Having served thousands of clients for more than 35 years, LVC has the knowledge to help those experiencing a loss of vision.
[image showing the LVC name, address, and pone number] If you or a loved one could benefit from the services of LVC or would like to learn more about what we do at the Center, please call us at 301-951-4444 or visit our web site at www.lowvisioninfo.org.