Low Vision Clinic Launch

Thursday 10th October was World Sight Day, an annual day of awareness to focus global attention on blindness and low vision.

To celebrate, Vision Australia and the Australian College of Optometry launched a new clinic that will provide a full service facility for low vision patients. The launch was attended by Jennifer Kanis MLA, Member for Melbourne (pictured above).

“Vision Australia is pleased to be working in partnership with the Australian College of Optometry to provide this enhanced level of service to Australians who are experiencing vision loss,” said Chris Edwards, National Manager Program Development, Vision Australia.

“Patients will benefit from optometric advice from the Australian College of Optometry as well as advice and support from Vision Australia to help them develop the skills to remain independent despite vision loss,” he added.

The clinic, which is located at the Australian College of Optometry premises in Carlton, will provide diagnosis and treatment of chronic conditions with optometry and occupational therapy professionals on site.

"The new venture provides a very important opportunity for the Australian College of Optometry and Vision Australia to develop state of the art low vision services for the residents of Melbourne," said Jonathan Jackson, Head of Clinical Services, Australian College of Optometry.

For more information or to book an appointment call 03 9349 7455.

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