CBA Vision Rehabilitation Services – Enabling visually impaired people to be active members of their community
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CBA Vision Rehabilitation Services’ staff continues to see clients in the community during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, our office is available to visit by appointment only, so please phone 716-664-6660 to set up a time to stop by and see us. We ask that you social distance and wear a mask if you are not vaccinated.

Welcome to CBA

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.

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Our Services

If you are legally blind, vision rehabilitation can help you live more efficiently and independently. Legal blindness means that, even with standard glasses, contact lenses, medicine, or surgery, your vision interferes with your ability to perform everyday activities. Reading, shopping, cooking, seeing the TV, and writing can seem challenging.

Knowing more about how vision changes and how to detect, treat and safeguard your sight can help you deal with any problems you may experience. Talk to your doctor about your eyes and your vision. Read brochures that are available from your eye doctor, library, or hospital.

Our Latest News

September is Sports Eye Safety Month

Annual data from Prevent Blindness shows that there were more than 26,000 sports-related eye injuries treated in the United States last year. The new data also showed that the category of “non-powder guns, darts, arrows, and slingshots” had the overall highest rate of eye injuries for the previous year. For children ages 0-12, “pools and […]

What to Know about Back-to-School Eye Health

What to Know about Back-to-School Eye Health It’s back-to-school time again. Students are using screens at school even if they are in the classroom.  It’s important as you prepare to start the school year in the new normal, to consider getting your kids an eye exam before classes start. Eye Health for Kids 101: Staring […]

At A Glance: Dry Eye

At a glance: Dry Eye Symptoms: Burning, dry or scratchy feeling, blurry vision, red eyes Diagnosis: Dilated eye exam, measuring amount and thickness of tears Treatment: Medicine (usually eye drops), lifestyle changes What is dry eye? Dry eye happens when your eyes don’t make enough tears to stay wet, or when your tears don’t work correctly. […]

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