Since literacy is every person’s need we help people maintain comfortable, clear, and single vision in sustained near point tasks so people can maximize their potential and achievements.
Providing eye exams and treatment programs in Washington State, USA.
Enabling clinics and institutions worldwide effectively address near vision dysfunction.
Creating knowledge through vision related research and development projects.
Spreading knowledge about near vision dysfunctions and best practice treatment approaches.
Near Vision Institute
a non-profit corporation in Bothell, WA
www.NVI.global * 425-354-3998
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"Educating Young EYES"
The EYE brand was born in 2014 at the first Educating Young Eyes symposium at the University of Washington Bothell.
Since then we have grown into four supporting pillars. A clinic for services, a technology toolbox for support, an education unit for conferences/workshops, and a research unit for knowledge growth.
EYE See Clinic
Near Vision Institute provides clinical services in Washington State, USA through our EYE See Clinic. We offer Visual Screenings, Eye Exams, Functional Vision Evaluations and Vision Therapy treatment services.
We provide evaluation and treatment of visual skills dysfunctions, especially related to special needs, autism, learning disabilities, dyslexia, attention deficit (ADD, ADHD), and academic / vocational performance, reading, writing, dysgraphia, lazy eye, strabismus, and aquired brain injury. For both children and adults.
We offer clinic and home-based therapy and treatment solutions through our EYE Toolbox technology.
Near Vision Institute has developed an interdisciplinary collaborative toolkit and patient portal providing online access to innovative software applications that address vision dysfunctions through remote protocols.
Near Vision Institute provides professional training about vision issues, best practice treatment approaches, and how to use the EYE Toolbox to improve access to care worldwide.
EYE Research Group
We work in collaboration with the EYE Research Group at the University of Washington Bothell
Students and faculty are involved in the development of software applications that can assist in vision screenings, vision therapies, and research in usability and clinical efficacy.
Technology can assist in bringing intervention solutions for vision issues into the smaller communities that may not have easy access to specialists found in bigger cities.