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Colorado Low Vision Specialists Serving People with Visual Impairments
What is Ensight?
Ensight Skills Center and Curtis Strong Center are low vision specialists providing accredited, professional low-vision services to enhance the lives of you and your loved ones who are struggling with vision loss. These services include assessment of remaining vision, occupational therapy and skills training, education, support, and orientation and mobility instruction.
Low vision Assessments
Assistive Technology Devices
Support and Connection
To provide people with low vision the tools, counseling, and training that empowers independent and productive living.
*The Ensight Skills Center is a 501©3 not-for-profit organization that provides visual rehabilitation. We are the only fully comprehensive low vision specialists in Colorado. Ensight programs help individuals with vision impairments or impaired vision due to old age regain and preserve independence and quality of life. Learn more about our programs, including low vision assessments, training, support, orientation and mobility instruction, and assistive devices.
Testimonials: What our clients are saying
“I wish I had known about Ensight sooner. The services my dad received from Ensight made a great deal of difference in his attitude and ability to stay active and independent. He is reading again and working on his hobbies! Thank you, Ensight.”
“My angels! After I was diagnosed with Macular Degeneration I got very depressed. Ensight’s occupational therapist, optometrist, and support staff showed me that I could be independent. I just needed to adapt. I don’t even want to think about where I would be today without Ensight.”
“I feel like there is hope for my future. When my mom lost her vision, I was so scared it would happen to me. Now, with the support of Ensight, I know that I can find my own way, even with Macular Degeneration.”
Thank you to our 2020 Halloween Eye Ball Sponsors!
Eye Center of Northern Colorado, Metric Motors, Jackson Eye Care, OtterCares Foundation, Bank of Colorado, Ophthalmic Instruments Inc., Foundation Fighting Blindness, Snap On Tools