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Low Tech - High Tech: LOW VISION SOLUTIONS 101
Please join us and our panel of low-vision specialists and patient advocates for a live webinar with Q&A at 5:00 pm, EDT on Thursday, May 27, Low Tech - High Tech: LOW VISION SOLUTIONS 101.

We will be talking about a range of techniques and assets you can use to improve your home and work-life from simple low-tech methods and products to advanced optical and electronic technologies.

May 27, 2021 05:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Delaram Shirazian, OD
Dr. Shirazian is a fellow of the American Academy of Optometry and is currently an Assistant Clinical Professor at SUNY College of Optometry. She teaches the patient-doctor communication portion of the first-year curriculum at the college, is the instructor of record of the Low Vision/Ocular Disease Micro-Credential program, and she works with patients and students in primary care and low vision rehabilitation clinics.
Joseph Lovett
Award-winning documentary filmmaker and producer Joseph Lovett (“Going Blind: Coming Out of the Dark About Vision Loss”) has glaucoma. Over years of slowly losing his sight, he has become an important voice for public awareness of blindness, vision loss, and vision rehabilitation. “Prior to producing “Going Blind,” the world of blindness and vision rehabilitation was a secret world to me. Even now, I don’t pretend to be an expert but my understanding about this area is that information about it is woefully inadequate. The biggest concern I have is that not enough people are being referred for vision rehabilitation.” Joe will talk about patients’ access to information and low-tech solutions that are available on your phone or computer.
Olaya Landa-Vialard, PhD
Olaya Landa-Vialard, PhD is the Director, of the APH ConnectCenter. She will introduce some of the APH resources including “Getting Started 2020: A Guide for People New to Vision Loss,” “A Guide to Vision Loss for Family and Friends,” and their Peers Advisor Program. Olaya received her doctorate in Special Education with an emphasis in Visual Impairments/Blindness. She has been a bilingual educational diagnostician, bilingual teacher, Teacher of Students with Visual Impairments and Blindness, a university professor, and Fellow of the National Leadership Consortium in Sensory Disabilities through the Office of Special Education Programs at the U.S. Department of Education.