Hope Is Here at CVI
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Whether you’re experiencing vision loss for the first time or have never had full vision, the Center for the Visually Impaired can help you. Seniors, adults, teens, children and families impacted by vision loss can find the services they need to be as independent as possible and continue to enjoy life to the fullest.
We offer services on a sliding fee scale and have several payment options. CVI accepts Medicare, Medicaid, and most Medicare Advantage and private insurance plans in Georgia. We also offer private pay options for services that are not covered by your insurance.
Financial Assistance is available based on income and household size. For information about financial assistance, click here. You can also give us a call at 404-875-9011 to learn more or to schedule an appointment.
Our Client Services team can now arrange for translation services. This service is available in multiple languages and eliminates a meaningful barrier to receiving low vision care. Clients may request translation services by calling 404-875-9011.
Open the links below to learn more about the services and support you can gain at CVI:
The Florence Maxwell Low Vision Clinic shows you how to make the best use of the vision you have through a low vision evaluation and consultation with an occupational therapist. The Clinic serves people age 5 and older.
The Adult Rehabilitation Programs & Support Services provides training in how to navigate every aspect of your life with visual impairment. From using new technology to adjusting to new routines to sharing experiences with others, CVI gives you the knowledge you need to live more independently.
The Youth Services (STARS) program provides school-aged youth with the skills and self-confidence to live with vision loss. Comprehensive programming includes one on one and small group coaching, camp opportunities, and social and recreational activities.
The Early Intervention (BEGIN) program is for families with children under age 5. Parents and caregivers can participate in education and support classes to provide parents the tools they need to support their child’s learning and development.
A complete schedule and description of support groups is provided for those who may benefit from sharing the experience of vision loss with others.