Kingman Area Low Vision Support Group Returns After COVID

Published by The Bee News

February 27, 2023

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KINGMAN, Ariz. The Kingman Area Low Vision Support Group is proud to return to in-person meetings after the COVID pandemic caused meetings to halt due to safety. The first meeting of 2023 will be on Wednesday, March 15 at 1pm at Harrison Haven (3338 Harrison St., Kingman 86409)  

Meetings are open to anyone experiencing vision loss, a recent or longtime diagnosis, a supporter of someone with low vision issues, or if you’re curious to find out more.  Service animals are welcome.  

Previous President, Danny Roberts, who is legally blind, believes the Low Vision Group makes quite an impact.  He shared this experience; “One lady came to a meeting after a bad eye surgery.  We devoted the entire meeting to her.  I taught her how to cut tomatoes and onions.  She got so excited because she was able to cut all the produce for her church function.” People want to help others, regardless of any challenge they may be experiencing.  The group is a sounding board and resource for those going through a difficult time, or learning to navigate a new situation.  

Meetings will be held in the Clubhouse at Harrison Haven Independent Living Community,

If you would like more information about the Low Vision Group, or are interested in attending, please call Debbie Gallagher at (928) 757-9507, or emailservicecoor@frontier.com.

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