Low Vision Optometrist Katelyn Jordan Receives Alumni Award From FSU

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by Alex | Nov 17, 2015

Dr. Katelyn Jordan is recieving a lot of attention for her work as an Optometrist at the Brooks Center for Low Vision.

Dr. Jordan was recently awarded the Reuben O’D. Askew Young Alumni Award from Florida State University. The award is given to individuals who have made significant advancements in their field at a young age.

Dr. Jordan, who was also listed as one of FSU’s Thirty Under 30, is the Manager of the Brooks Center for Low Vision.

The Low Vision program at Brooks focuses on helping people with vision loss regain the ability to participate in tasks that provide fulfillment and independence – whether that be reading, going to school or work, performing household activities or getting around town safely.

“We connect people with community resources and provide the tools, education, and training that they need to be as independent as possible,” said Dr. Jordan.

The clinic provides services for a wide variety of people such as children with hereditary conditions, individuals who want to remain in the workplace, and older adults who want to maintain their independence.

Click here to learn more about the Low Vision services offered at Brooks.

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