The Center for the Partially Sighted
Rating: 4.87 stars 15 reviews
Location: 6101 W. Centinela Suite 150 Culver City CA 90230 USA
Target demographics: children and adults -- ages 3 months to over 100 years!
Direct beneficiaries per year: We directly serve over 2800 individual clients per year.
Geographic areas served: We serve Los Angeles County and the six surrounding counties.
Programs: The Center's program includes: Low Vision optometric evaluation and individually prescribed low vision devices to enhance remaining vision; Independent Living Skills training teaches adaptive techniques for cooking , grooming, organizing, and communicating; Orientation and Mobility instruction teaches travel skills so that people can move about safely; The Center's counseling programs assist individuals to cope with the emotional distress brought on by a significant loss of eyesight; and, Social Service referrals help clients find needed resources within their communities. The Center has also developed the specialty programs of: Diabetes and Vision Loss Program; Pediatric Low Vision and Family Resource Programs; Assistive Technology demonstrations and training. Each year we serve 2,500 individuals and their families and offer public and professional education programs that reach nearly 10,000 individuals.
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The Center carries on the work of its founder Sam Genensky, a brilliant scientist who had limited eyesight but incredible vision. He provided the science for enabling people whose lives were limited by defective eyesight, to acquire non-invasive devices and training to use their residual vision and thereby enjoy fuller lives. The Center for Partially Sighted carries on this work making theses advances available to thousands of people in Los Angeles and in similar centers around the world. Sam was my friend for over forty years.
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