The Unmet Need

The culture of optometry is the diagnosis and treatment of vision conditions and the prevention of vision loss. However, once vision is lost, so is the patient. 

We are here to change this culture through our specialized low vision training program and through the International Academy of Low Vision Specialists, and Dr. Shuldiner invites you to join us.

This program is ideal for an experienced Optometrist who has a yearning to help the underserved group in their community to continue pursuing and practicing their passions – reading, driving, painting, knitting, cooking, hunting – we’ve seen it all! Through our culture of sharing, you will be well equipped to help low vision patients in your office on your first day following training, including solutions to any logistical concerns you or staff may have.

If you think there aren’t enough patients in need in your state to support a new low vision specialty, click HERE to view the statistics from your state.

If you don’t choose to serve these patients, someone else will – and it may not even be an optometrist!

Join us in becoming an integral part of your patients’ journey and eyecare team when vision loss prevents them from doing routine tasks and those things they love. Schedule an exploratory consultation with a member of our team today.

Listen as Dr. David W. Parke, MD, CEO American Academy of Ophthalmology, explains how referral for low vision care is now the STANDARD OF CARE. Providing low vision care is an idea whose time has come.