Professional Referrals

Refer your patient or client to Vision Forward today.

When vision loss interferes with daily activities or begins to impact a person’s emotional well-being, Vision Forward is here to help. Make a referral below and one of our team members will be in touch with your client within two business days.

Early referral to vision rehabilitation for low vision patients is now the American Academy of Ophthalmology’s standard of care.

Eye Care Professionals

Adult Services

Through Vision Forward’s Adult Services, individuals learn how to make the most of their remaining vision to maximize their level of independence. Learn about Adult Services.

Children’s Services

Vision Forward’s team of experts in the areas of vision loss, orientation and mobility, physical, occupational and speech therapy partner with families to develop a plan based on each child’s unique needs. Learn about Children’s Services.

Community Partners

Social workers and other community professionals, please use this form to refer clients to our services.

Department of Vocational Rehabilitation

Vision Forward Association offers adult Vision Rehabilitation services and product solutions for your consumers who are blind or visually impaired. We use a comprehensive approach to assist individuals who are visually impaired in attaining the highest level of functioning, both visual and non-visual.

Our professional staff has a multidisciplinary approach for assessment and training. Services available for your clients include Low Vision Services and Optometry, Adaptive Activities of Daily Living, Communications, Vision Loss Adjustment (Social Services), Assistive Technology Training, and Orientation and Mobility. The Vision Forward Store offers hundreds of adaptive product solutions that allow people with vision loss to accomplish daily living tasks at home and at work enabling them to maintain their independence.

Learn More About Professional Referrals

Contact Jaclyn Borchardt, Program Director
414-615-0121 or jborchardt@vision-forward.org