Good health is an important part of good vision. The healthier you are, the better chance you have of avoiding risks to your eyes. Michael V. Landy, OD, says “getting routine eye exams is crucial for detecting vision problems early. Many diseases are capable of permanent vision loss and blindness but can be prevented when […]
Our Mission is to enable visually impaired people to be active members of their community and to provide education and services to prevent vision loss.
CBA Vision Rehabilitation Services received a $2,125 grant from the Northern Chautauqua Community Foundation to help meet the operational expenses of the Youth Vision Screening program in north Chautauqua County. The program has been providing free vision screenings to children ages 3-7 years old since the early 1970s. CBA’s mission is to enable visually impaired […]
“Diabetic retinopathy is the leading cause of legal blindness in individuals under 65. In the early stages of retinopathy, the vision might not be affected, and you can’t feel it. The only way to detect it early is with a dilated retinal exam. It is recommended to have yearly eye exams. If caught early, there […]