Default  Contrast
+ Larger
| - Smaller

Low Vision Services PLC

Low Vision Services PLC provides vision rehabilitation services to individuals who are visually impaired. The locations are conveniently located in downtown Bethesda and Old Town Alexandria with each location providing low vision evaluations. Dr. Suleiman Alibhai (Bethesda - Alexandria) received training in low vision rehabilitation from the Lions Vision Rehabilitation Research and Rehabilitation Center at Johns Hopkins, and the Wilmer Eye Institute in Baltimore.

Dr. Adriana Wiseman (Bethesda) is a Low Vision specialist who attended Pennsylvania College of Optometry, receiving a doctorate degree with clinical honors, and has a degree in Life Sciences from University of Maryland.

While a variety of both optical and electronic visual aids are used during the evaluation to determine the most effective compensatory rehabilitative strategies, the emphasis is on education and counseling about the best way to cope with chronic vision loss.

Individuals with low vision are frequently referred to state rehabilitation programs, low vision occupational therapy and local support groups sponsored by the Prevention of Blindness Society. Information on resources within the Greater Metropolitan Washington, D.C community that might be helpful is also explored with the visually impaired individual during the evaluation.

Appointment Request

Reason for appointment


View Larger Map

4942 St. Elmo Avenue
Bethesda MD 20814

(inside Colonial Opticians at the corner of Old Georgetown Road and St. Elmo Avenue)
Nearest Metro station is Bethesda about 4 blocks away


View Larger Map

105 South Alfred St
Alexandria, VA 22314

(at the corner of King St. and Alfred St., part of the 900 King Street historic building)
Nearest Metro station is King Street about 6 blocks away

Washington DC:

233 Massachusetts Ave NE
Washington DC, 2002