We work with several partner organizations to better enable our customers to get the products they need by working with the organizations they already know. Please feel free to reach out to any of the partners below for more information or to place an order.



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Wilmer Eye Institute at Johns Hopkins(410) 502-6431600 N. Wolfe St.
Baltimore, MD 21287

The Wilmer Eye Institute has long been recognized for bringing together ophthalmologists and optometrists consistently ranked by their peers as among the finest internationally, supported by a well-trained and highly-experienced team of physician assistants, nurses, technicians, and staff cited by patients for their knowledge, responsiveness, and sensitivity. Since 1925, they have established and refined a flexible approach for delivering state-of-the-art ophthalmic care at The Johns Hopkins Hospital and eight convenient satellite locations across central Maryland. With the completion of The Robert H. and Clarice Smith Building and adjoining Maurice Bendann Surgical Pavilion in 2009, the Institute has established a preeminent vision research center and one of the most modern ophthalmic surgical facilities in the world.Please contact Jim Deremeik by email or phone at (410) 502-6431


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DC Center for Independent Living(202) 388-00331400 Florida Avenue, NE
Suite 3A
Washington, DC 20002

The DC Center for Independent Living, Inc. (DCCIL) is a nonprofit, community based, cross disability organization serving all citizens with disabilities of the District of Columbia.Serving the District of Columbia since 1981, DCCIL was established through Congressional Legislation and is one of 400 Centers for Independent Living (CILs) nationwide assisting people with significant disabilities to live independently in their homes and their communities.

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Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind(202) 454-64001825 K Street, NW
Suite 1103
Washington, DC 20006
Since 1900, Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind has been dedicated to helping the blind or visually impaired population of the greater Washington region overcome the challenges of vision loss. Our work enables people of all ages who are blind or visually impaired to remain independent, active and productive in society.