Vision rehabilitation specialists use a combination of lenses, lighting, magnification devices, and non-optical aids to maximize a person’s ability to participate in those daily activities. Although vision rehabilitation is not a substitute for any medical care you may be receiving for your eyes, it will serve to make the most of the visual function.
Director, Lions Vision Research and Rehabilitation Center
Chief, Lions Vision Research and Rehabilitation Center
Providers by Location
Learn more about the services provided at The Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore.
Learn more about the services provided at our location in Bel Air, Maryland.
Learn more about the services provided at our location in Lutherville, Maryland.
Certified Low Vision Therapists
James T. Deremeik, RT., CLVTEducation/Rehabilitation Program Manager
Kristen Shifflett, OTOccupational Therapist
Locations: Johns Hopkins Hospital, Bel Air, Johns Hopkins Greenspring Station
Cross-discipline Research Faculty
While all of our clinical faculty engage in low vision-related research, there are additional Wilmer faculty conducting cross-disciplinary research related to low vision, aging and vision and visual disability and rehabilitation.