TEI Launches Series of Community Classes

The Eye Institute (TEI) of Salus University will hold monthly educational classes from April to June focused on healthy vision, hearing, speech, language and cognitive abilities for seniors.

What is Age-Related Macular Degeneration?

Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is an eye disease that causes damage to the macula, the small central portion of the retina, which is used for sharp, central vision. Those with AMD may develop blank spots in their central vision and objects may not appear as bright in color.

Complimentary Speech-Language Screenings at TEI in Honor of Brain Injury Awareness Month

In honor of Brain Injury Awareness Month, the Speech-Language Institute (SLI) of Salus University will be offering complimentary speech-language screenings during select Wednesdays in March at The Eye Institute (TEI) of Salus University’s Oak Lane campus.

Apps Provide Everyday Help for Those with Visual Impairments

According to the National Federation of the Blind, as many as 10 million Americans are blind or visually impaired. Advancements in technology such as smartphone apps are now everyday tools for those with low vision, according to Dr. Erin Kenny,low vision residency trained optometrist and provider at the William Feinbloom Vision Rehabilitation Center of Salus University.

Feinbloom Center Provides Independence for Low Vision Patients

The William Feinbloom Vision Rehabilitation Center, located in The Eye Institute of Salus University’s Oak Lane campus, strives to help every patient reach their goals. Goals typically include being able to read the newspaper, watch TV, feel more comfortable in crowded public spaces and perform everyday activities of daily living such as cooking a meal.

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