Live your best life!

Over 100,000 people in Colorado are living with blindness or serious vision difficulty.
Our certified instructors offer training in Assistive Technology, Orientation and Mobility, Low Vision Training and Daily Living Skills.

No-Cost Services for those with Vision Loss

iSightConnection’s charitable programs provide in-home and remote options for training those 60 and older who are blind or low vision and who live in El Paso County and Teller counties.

Living with Vision Loss Seminars

​​Tips, tricks and resources for living with vision loss. Topics include: Daily Living Skills, Orientation and Mobility, Accessing Print Assistive Technology


iSight Connections is a nonprofit organization providing care and resources for individuals living with vision loss. Tim Richard has dedicated his career to helping you or your loved ones thrive independently and enjoy life in beautiful Colorado.

Assistive Technology

Support for access to digital information and content.

Orientation & Mobility

Support for moving around in the physical environment

Low Vision Training

Support for cooking, cleaning and basic communication

Daily Living Skills

Group support and community for people living with vision loss

Eye Disease Simulator

Only the person who is visually impaired or blind really knows what it is like. Each individual’s precise conditions are different. To help family members and friends begin to understand, we pulled data and reporting from current clinical research and built this vision simulator.

typical vision

20/20 vision is normal vision acuity (the clarity or sharpness of vision) measured at a distance of 20 feet. If you have 20/20 vision, you can see clearly at 20 feet what should normally be seen at a distance.


 A group of eye conditions that damage the optic nerve. This damage is often caused by an abnormally high pressure in the eye.


A clouding of the normally clear lens of the eye.

macular degeneration

Wet macular degeneration is a chronic eye disorder that causes blurred vision or a blind spot in your visual field. It’s generally caused by abnormal blood vessels that leak fluid or blood into the macula (MAK-u-luh). The macula is in the part of the retina responsible for central vision. The other type — dry macular degeneration — is more common and less severe.

diabetic retinopathy

A condition caused by damage to the blood vessels in the tissue at the back of the eye (retina).

retinitis pigmentosa

An inherited degenerative disease. It slowly affects the retina and causes loss of night and side vision.

Total loss of vision in both eyes.

“Tim is a good man and he is doing great work. He came over and helped me get set up and away we went! My whole life is audio, now. My computer reads me any web page I want, tells me the time and the weather, lets me listen to radio stations, and all sorts of things.”
—Ed, client – 93 years young!

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