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Let us try to help you regain your independence!

In the past 32 years, Low Vision, a family-owned business, has been providing assistance to individuals facing visual impairments such as Macular Degeneration, Glaucoma, Cataracts, Retinitis Pigmentosa, or Diabetic Retinopathy. Our extensive range of low vision aids and electronic magnifiers has proven to be instrumental in helping people regain their independence. These products offer the ability to read, write, connect with loved ones, and enjoy outdoor activities. To find the perfect magnifier for your needs, explore our selection of portable video magnifiers, desktop video magnifiers, or portable desktop magnifiers.

What is AMD?

The National Eye Institute states that age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is an ocular condition that can cause visual impairment in the central vision, impacting activities. The term "age-related" implies that it commonly occurs in older individuals. The word "macular" refers to its effect on the macula, a specific part of the eye. For more information, consult the resources provided by the National Eye Institute.

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What is glaucoma?

National Eye Institute says glaucoma is a group of eye diseases that can cause vision loss and blindness by damaging a nerve in the back of your eye called the optic nerve.

The symptoms can start so slowly that you may not notice them. The only way to find out if you have glaucoma is to get a comprehensive dilated eye exam.  More information from National Eye Institute.


Do we have a store?

Yes, we actually have two.

2200 University Ave W Suite 200

Saint Paul, MN 55114 651-203-2200

2800 Third Street -3rd Floor.

Rapid City, SD 57701


Do you need to make an appointment?

You do not come in any time from.

10 am -4:30 PM Monday thru Friday

Saturday from 10 am -1pm

If you want to come in and look at our line of video magnifiers call 651-203-2200 and make an appointment.

Do we take insurance.

Unfortunately, we do not, but can help with waiver programs.