Vision loss doesn’t mean losing independence. Since 1965 we have specialized in helping people with low vision and blindness develop skills and strategies designed to promote and enhance safety and independence despite vision loss.
Our online and retail store sells low-vision aids worldwide. SightConnection is a 501(c)3 nonprofit. Revenue from our store sales helps support the broad range of programs provided by SightConnection.
Visit our retail location in Seattle, WA
SightConnection (formerly Community Services for the Blind) is the only Western Washington agency providing client-centered clinical, home health, assistive technology, and adaptive aids services to the visually impaired. Located in north Seattle, our home health staff provides services in King, Pierce, Snohomish, Skagit and Kitsap counties of Washington State. We also have low vision clinics in Seattle, Sedro-Woolley and Bremerton.
Visit our Donation Center
SightConnection never turns someone away because of their inability to pay. Your donations of clothing and household goods ensure that all of our visually impaired clients can receive the services, programs and adaptive aids they need, regardless of their financial circumstance.
Learn more about our Programs and Services
The simplest things become overwhelming with vision loss. Picking out what to wear, navigating your house, getting on a bus, or just reading the morning paper, all require new approaches and modifications when you are visually impaired. SightConnection’s in-home counseling and training provide people with the skills they need to maintain their independence.
Visit our Low-Vision Clinic
At the SightConnection Low Vision Clinic, an eye care physician with special training in low vision performs an evaluation to determine how your remaining vision can be usedmore effectively and explains the use of devices and techniques available to assist you.