Veterans Can Receive a Free OrCam Through the VA

How Can You Qualify?

There are currently 160,000 legally blind veterans and over 1 million veterans with low vision according the Veteran Administration estimates.

OrCam MyEye 2 Features

Read Text

Including: newspapers, books, menus, signs, product labels and screens.

Recognize Faces

Real time identification of faces is seamlessly announced.

Identify Products

Identification of products, enabling an independent shopping experience.

Easy-to-Use

Intuitively responds to simple hand gestures.

Portable

Small, lightweight, and magnetically mounts onto virtually any eyeglass frame.

Works Everywhere

Tiny, wireless, and does not require an internet connection.

Are you covered?

If you have VA health coverage and are low vision or legally blind then you are entitled to be eligible for an OrCam device, fully paid for by the VA.

Contact your Visual Impairment Service Team Coordinator (VIST) or Optometry Doctor (OD) and ask about OrCam. Click below to see 5 local VA facilities in your area.

Availability

OrCam is dispensed in all 13 Blind Rehab Centers across the US. Click below for more information.

These facilities are generally inpatient programs, however, OrCam training can be provided as an outpatient and is provided at many VISOR, Advanced and Intermediate Low Vision Clinics. Click below for a complete list of these facilities.

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