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Grand Opening of Low Vision Clinic in Telford PA


Grand Opening of Low Vision Clinic in Telford PA

November 16, 2011

The Bucks County Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired held the Grand Opening of the new Low Vision Clinic at Telford on November 16, 2011. The Low Vision Clinic is housed in the Meadows Building of the Lutheran Community at Telford located at 2800 State Road Telford, PA 18969.

Approximately 50 attendees of the Grand Opening were provided a tour of the clinic followed by an informational session about low vision services presented by Georgia Crozier O.D., M.S. Vendors John Poth, from Sage Vision Technology Inc. and Ron Dare, from Eschenbach were available to answer questions and demonstrate a range of low vision aids and equipment following the presentation.

In cooperation with the Moore Eye Foundation, BCABVI offers low vision examinations and a variety of low vision aids including magnifiers, portable electronic readers and CCTVs to facilitate independence for patients with a visual impairment.

“With the individual successes of the Moore Eye Foundation and the Bucks County Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired, we saw the opportunity for a natural collaboration to develop in our joint pursuit of excellence in the field of low vision.” said Anne Marie Spinden, Executive Director of BCABVI.

BCABVI has operated a successful low Vision Clinic in Newtown, PA since 2005. “With the rising number of people experiencing low vision due to diseases such as Age Related Macular Degeneration, we identified an unmet need in the northern part of Bucks County. The addition of the Telford clinic allows access to quality low vision services for all Bucks County residents.”

The Low Vision Clinic in Telford provides a structural framework for the realization of total rehabilitation for patients who are visually impaired.

“The philosophy of total rehabilitation means an individualized program of rehabilitation that provides for both vocational rehabilitation and independent living. Fundamentally, total rehabilitation is a process of striving to meet life’s adjustment goals that are on a continuum from self-determination to self-care to self-support.” according to Richard L. Brilliant, O.D., F.A.A.O., Director of the Moore Eye Foundation.

The cost of a low vision examination is often covered by medical insurance but no one will be turned away based on a lack of insurance or inability to pay for the service.

For more information about the Low Vision Clinic at Telford or to schedule an appointment with Dr. Crozier, please contact Susan Stubbs at (215) 968-1035 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .