The Weigel Williamson Center for Visual Rehabilitation

Celebrating 10 Years!

Watch this video to hear some of our patient's success stories.

Low vision is a visual impairment resulting from eye disease, trauma or stroke - not correctable by surgery, regular glasses or medicine. 

Macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, and strokes are among the leading causes of vision loss in adults.

For appointments please call
#402-559-2463

Support Group Meeting 

Topic: Discussing tools and adaptations
Date/Time: Friday, November 15th at 1 p.m.
Location: Weigel Williamson Center

Read our Newsletter - Visionary

2019 Newsletter Thumbnail imageLearn more about the Weigel Williamson Center for Visual Rehabilitation in our Newsletter.


Read our large print newsletter online. 

Tour our Low Vision House

Low Vision House DrawingThe Center has been designed with unique residential characteristics and low vision adaptations throughout.

Take a tour

Meet our Team

 John D. Shepherd, M.D.
Dr. Shepherd
Muriel Jepsen, O.D.
Dr. Jepsen
Stacy Thoene, OTD R/L
Thoene
Kristen Mercado, OTO R/L
Mercado
Kimberley Cox Yahnke, OTR/L
Cox Yahnke
Linda Sakowski, M.Ed., COA
Sakowski
Lacey Jay
Jay
Nanci Just
Just


Meet our Team.
 

Using the latest in technology and training, our skilled physicians and therapists will develop a tailored program to assist you in maximizing the use of your remaining vision.        

A Place for Renewed Hope and Help
for those with low vision.

Weigel Williamson Center for Visual Rehabilitation 38th Ave. and Jones St. 
704 South 38th Avenue, Omaha, NE
402-559-2463

Satellite Clinics:

Lincoln, NE, Grand Island, NE, and Sioux City, IA

lowvision@unmc.edu
www.unmc.edu/lowvision