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SupportSight℠ Seminars

MVRF hosts SupportSight℠ seminars in cities across the nation so that we can provide information on the latest research findings and low vision techniques. At our seminars, you can expect to hear from both retinal and low vision experts and see demonstrations of low vision techniques. SupportSight℠ seminars are open to the public and are FREE of charge.


Friday, September 26, 2014: Lehigh Valley, PA
DeSales University – University Center Building
2755 Station Avenue, Center Valley, PA 18034
10 AM – 12 Noon (Check-in 9:15 AM)

In collaboration with the Center for Vision Loss

Program includes:
• MVRF Executive Director: Dawn Prall George
• Ophthalmologist: Mitchell S. Fineman, MD, MidAtlantic Retina Attending Surgeon, Wills Eye Hospital
• Center for Vision Loss Executive Director: Douglas A. Yingling
• Low Vision Physician: Anthony J. Silvetti, O.D., Center for Vision Loss
• International Inspirational Speaker: Charlie Collins
• Sage Vision Technology

REGISTER TO SAVE YOUR SEAT! Click here to use our online registration form or contact Pat at 1-866-462-2852 or Pat@mvrf.org.











Click here for a recap & video of our SupportSight℠ seminars in the Greater Philadelphia Region
Click here for a recap & video of our SupportSight℠ seminar in Cleveland, OH
Click here for a recap & video of our SupportSight℠ seminar in Phoenix, AZ

If you have any questions about our seminars, please contact Patricia Chamberlin, Annual Fund & SupportSight℠ Program Manager at 1.866.4MACULA (1.866.462.2852) or Pat@mvrf.org.


The SupportSightSM program is provided through the generosity of our sponsors:







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