Older Adults

Adapt to vision loss with our in-home services. Learn techniques to age in place and stay independent. No diagnosis required. No referral or insurance necessary.

Where to Start: a Low Vision Assessment

Schedule your call today! A friendly specialist will call you to learn what you’re experiencing. They will evaluate the impact of your vision loss and make personalized recommendations to help you keep doing the things you love — from reading the newspaper to cooking for yourself and much more. Available via telephone or video conference call. Your loved ones are welcome to participate.

Call (612) 871-2222, email info@visionlossresources.org, or add an Assessment to your cart.

Webinar-Based Presentations

Sign up for a free informational presentation! Learn the basics of eye diseases, simple ways to adapt, and how to access resources in your community. Learn more here.

Independent Living Skills Class

Get empowered! This fun class meets for four sessions at Vision Loss Resources in Minneapolis. We will practice adaptive techniques for daily tasks including cooking, housekeeping, using technology and getting around the house safely and confidently. Learn more by emailing Mark Dahlberg, Community Services Program Manager, at markd@vlrw.org.

One-on-One Training

Personalized lessons based on your individual goals and interests. Popular topics include smartphones and other technology, safe cooking skills and managing laundry, dining and household organization. Available via telephone or video conference call.

Call (612) 871-2222, email info@visionlossresources.org, or browse and order online.

Service Area

Online services are available throughout Minnesota. In-person services are available throughout the Minneapolis/Saint Paul metro area: Hennepin County, Ramsey County, Dakota County, Anoka County, Washington County, Carver County, Scott County, Chisago County and Wright County.

Looking for community?

Connect with others going through the same things you are. Learn more about our Social & Emotional Support.

What my mother likes is that Vision Loss Resources groups and events are very stimulating. It’s not just passing time. It’s about learning something, doing something and meeting people.

Linda, whose mother is a Vision Loss Resources client