Your therapists go through an intensive standardized CE eligible program and become a Low Vision Works certified practitioner.

Therapists are given the appropriate treatment tools, optical equipment, documentation templates and training in order to be successful with the patients you serve.

We maintain the quality of care delivered by the clinicians by administering written exams three times a year, clinical checkouts, and documentation auditing. Their results are scored and clinicians are mentored as areas of opportunity arise.

Training consists of over 160 hours. We ensure the highest possible standard of care in the Low Vision Program with no options of compromise.

Your clinicians have access to our low vision professionals to answer any questions they may have about a specific case or just to pose a question about treatment to our staff.

Monthly meetings and training sessions are arranged to keep practitioners abreast of industry changes and provide additional training to continually add to their repertoire of clinical skills.

We need to recognize that now it’s our responsibility to look one step beyond the patients’ eyes,” said Dr. Mogk, who chairs both the Academy’s vision rehabilitation committee and the SmartSight task force.