Community Low Vision Center

Help for people with all levels of low vision.

Through a partnership with A Brighter Path Foundation, UNC Eye opened the Community Low Vision Center on the second floor of the new Kittner Eye Center in October 2013.  

Committed to helping people of all ages get the most out of diminishing vision, the Community Low Vision Center offers compassionate, individualized attention in a holistic approach to rehabilitation and adaptation. 

Community Low Vision Center
Call 919-595-9564 to schedule an appointment with the Community Low Vision Center or learn more about the services we provide.

Located just around the corner from the main Information Desk on the second floor of the UNC Kittner Eye Center, the Community Low Vision Center offers compassionate, individualized attention in a holistic approach to rehabilitation and adaptation.

With trained professionals ready to help and a complete line of low vision & adaptive optical technologies to improve quality of life, this program helps people with low vision learn to live as independently as possible. 

A complete line of low vision and adaptive technologies to improve quality of life are available, helping people with low vision learn to live as independently as possible.

Some of the resources available at the Community Low Vision Center include:

  • Reading aids
  • Hand-held magnifiers
  • Telephones and accessories
  • Talking products
  • Lamps
  • Video magnifiers
  • Computer hardware/software
  • Access to community resources
  • Clocks and watches
  • Kitchen aid
To learn more, contact Lynn Shields, Low Vision Services Coordinator at , 984-974-2058 or www.CommunityLowVision.org.

Click here to learn more about A Brighter Path Foundation.