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National Eye Health Education Program (NEHEP)

Low Vision

Help raise awareness about low vision and vision rehabilitation services

Vision loss can affect anyone at any age. Still, low vision is most common among people over age 65. Even when vision can no longer be improved through surgery or medicine, people with low vision can maintain their independence and quality of life.

The NEHEP Low Vision Education Program is designed to help you raise awareness about the benefits of vision rehabilitation among people living with vision loss, their family, and friends. Our educational resources will help you share the following message:

  • Vision rehabilitation can help people with low vision make the most of their remaining sight.

Learn about low vision

Learn about low vision

What is low vision? What is vision rehabilitation? Get important background information here.

Living With Low Vision Educational Module

Living With Low Vision Educational Module

Find everything you need to hold educational sessions about low vision.



Access educational materials, training tools, and other low vision resources.

Outreach tools and tips

Outreach tools and tips

Learn how to increase awareness about low vision and generate support from your local media.

Watch, listen, and learn

Watch, listen, and learn

Hear from health professionals, community health workers, and people with low vision in these videos, webinars, and more.

Social media

Social media

Extend your reach with these messages created especially for social media.