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Your Professional Partner in Comprehensive Patient Care


Eye care professionals can entrust their patients affected by vision loss to our nationally recognized model of comprehensive and professional vision rehabilitation services. Services are provided by certified vision rehabilitation professionals united with a purpose: to help your patients receive the comprehensive care they need. From fall prevention skills to effective use of remaining vision and proper medication administration— our instructors guide your patients to help them move beyond their vision loss issues.

Referral of patients with low vision for vision rehabilitation is the standard of care promoted by the American Academy of Ophthalmology.

Please watch our 90 second video of Florida ophthalmologists endorsing Vision Refer HERE 

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Sign up below–it only takes 2 minutes.

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Comprehensive Statewide Referral Link for Eye Care Professionals


Refer your patients with vision loss to our certified team of low vision therapists, vision rehabilitation therapists, and orientation and mobility specialists. It’s fast, easy and HIPAA compliant with www.VisionRefer.org.

  • One-time registration of your practice.
  • Secure submittal of patient’s name, date of birth, phone number and home address—plus optional notes.
  • Your referral will automatically be routed to the vision rehabilitation agency serving that patient’s community for next business day contact of your patient and your office for an eye medical report, as well as scheduling of services.
Register Today
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“Florida Agencies Serving the Blind is a national model of excellence for partnerships among organizations serving people living with visual impairment. The innovations Florida ASB is bringing to the state also are supporting doctor – patient relationships and wise public policy, especially critical for Florida which has one of the highest rates of growth especially in Older Adult vision loss.”

Roxann Mayros, CEO, VisionServe Alliance

Latest Blog Posts

HR 620 Weakens Rights of Visually Impaired March 29, 2018 by Elly du Pré
- The Americans With Disabilities Act is under attack.  The votes of Florida Senators Bill Nelson and Marco Rubio are needed to protect the rights of people who are visually impaired. The Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA), the landmark civil rights law for people with disabilities, was signed in 1999 by President George H. W. Bush… ...
Aging and Vision Loss Summit — New Data — New Reasons to Attend July 29, 2021 by Elly du Pré
- In a run up to the Aging and Vision Loss Summit, May 16, 2022 in Orlando, Chloe Sommers interviews Elly du Pre about the Delaware Study showing that Vision problems are almost universal among older adults.  See more info at:  https://beyondvisionloss.org/aging-and-vision-loss-summit/ https://youtu.be/lAYqb7Jor4Y   ...
SeniorAdvice.Com Answers One of the Top 5 Questions about Living with Vision Loss July 5, 2021 by Elly du Pré
- Our friends at Senior Advice have reached out with an answer to Question #2.  See below for All Five Questions and how Florida Agencies Serving the Blind can help you or someone you love who is blind or visually impaired. Question #2 – Where can I find housing or assisted living? SeniorAdvice.com is a team… ...
Laura Wolk, the first blind woman to ever clerk on the US Supreme Court, is giving incredibly compelling testimony about how wonderful Judge Barrett is as a person, friend, and mentor.
How to Run for Office as a Person With Disability June 28, 2021 by Elly du Pré
- People who are blind or visually impaired are powerful advocates and effective leaders in many fields but are rarely candidates for public office or elected officials. Former Governor of New York David Paterson (2008-2010) comes to mind.  And history buffs may recall that Vice President Al Gore’s cousin was Thomas P. Gore, who was proud… ...

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