Purchase or download audio books from:
The world's largest online library of digital books for people with "print disabilities." Proof of disability required.
Provides medical and surgical care for the eyes of financially disadvantaged people age 65 years or over. Program does not include eyeglasses. Patient's insurance company is billed directly; patients pay nothing. No one is turned away fpr lack of insurance. For more information, contact Princeton Senior Resources Center, (609) 924-7108. Additional requirements: must be a US citizen or legal resident; show financial need; have not seen an ophtamologist in the last three years.
300 Barr Harbor Dr., Suite 600, West Conshohocken PA 19428
866-462-2852 or (610)668-6705
Information and publications about vision loss. Resources, products and technology to assist blind persons.
NFB Newsline is a free service for those who cannot read newspapers. Over 300 newspapers available by phone or at:
A program of the Library of Congress, providing loans of books, magazines and music through local libraries.
Provides new prescription eyeglasses to the needy through a voucher program.
The Commission's goal is to provide and promote services through education, employment, eye health services. Will do in-home assessments.
Large print books, Braille, books on tape, audio vision and more. Also deaf and hard of hearing services.
Will travel to assisted living facilities, nursing homes, independent senior residences and private homes. Can examine and individual who cannot speak due to a stroke or memory issue.
Self help for vision loss, including use of the telephone and computers.
See also: Assistive Technology
The Princeton Senior Resource Center does not endorse any of the resources listed on these pages. We collect and provide information from many sources as a service to those seeking services in the Princeton area. No listed provider pays to be in our directory.