V.I.P. stands for visually impaired people who are VERY IMPORTANT PEOPLE. We want to provide low vision community education, assistive technology, support and mentoring.
V.I.P. salutes the nurses and staff at Jackson Hospital in Montgomery, Alabama for going out of their way to make patients with special needs feel special and to heal quicker. It is nice to see how the staff on the 3rd floor cares about the patients and gets to know them and their needs. They make you feel like a person and not a number.
A 6 ounce battery-operated, full-color portable electronic monocular
that gives you the ability to view and magnify objects in the near distance as well as close up.
With its large field of view, use it for reading price tags, menus, mail, newspapers, street signs and viewing the beauty of nature.
For More Information or a No-Obligation Demonstration Call:
Everyone with a family history of glaucoma should be screened for the disease. This disease steals sight! V.I.P. promotes Glaucoma Awareness Month in January.
V.I.P. President and C.E.O. William Bowman was proud to attend an event promoting low vision assistive technology to help first responders accommodate people with low vision during times of disasters.
If you want Bowman to come share his "GIVE ME THE TOOLS program with you group. Give him a call at 334-354-4015.
What We Offer
1) Low vision community educational programs, conferences and assistive technology demonstrations and expos
2) Support groups, mentoring and advocacy
3) Site and Structural modifications for churches, businesses, etc. for public access
4) Consultations for the visually impaired and low vision evaluations on assistive technology for the visually impaired
5) We provide information and referrals for magnification devices
6) Customer service training and workshops to better acommodate the visually impaired customer