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Our Community Low Vision Centers are a one-of-a-kind resource for people with conditions like age-related macular degeneration, glaucoma, cataracts or diabetic retinopathy.

You’ll find an unparalleled range of adaptive devices, all delivered with a personal touch. Everyone who works here has low vision themselves—and they’re eager to answer your questions, help you explore the options and find you the best fit for your needs and lifestyle.

Our locations

Asheville, NC

Monday – Thursday

240 Sardis Road
Asheville, NC 28806


Meet Grant Weathers

Golf was Grant’s life—until he was diagnosed with Leber’s hereditary optic neuropathy. The condition caused him to go legally blind and ended his career as a PGA golf pro. Then he learned about IFB Solutions, where he started in the Impulse Merchandise Program and is now the low vision services and outreach coordinator in Asheville, NC. “I’ve never worked for a company that is so empowering,” Grant said. “I’m proud to work here.” To learn more about Asheville low vision services and resources, contact Grant at 828-761-2468 or

Winston Salem

Monday – Thursday

7730 North Point Blvd.
Winston-Salem, NC 27106


Meet Toni Fraser

“I am so proud of the work we are doing to help individuals in our community gain back their independence. I had worked in a few different departments throughout my nine years of employment at IFB, and now, I am so honored to be that catalyst for people experiencing diminished eyesight. Being visually impaired myself, I want everyone to know that there is life after visual impairment.”

The Community Low Vision Center exists to help foster greater independence. Our approach is to make any task simpler for those with vision loss. From mild impairment due to early stages of macular degeneration to total blindness, we have adaptive aids and assistive technology for everyone. Using technology and training, the CLVC helps people accomplish all kinds of tasks, from household chores to communicating via phones and computers and everything in between. The final objective is to help put independence within reach. Contact us and let Toni help!

Contact Toni at 336-245-5622 or

More about the Winston-Salem Location

The Ronald G. Sherrill Community Low Vision Center Logo and Photo of Ronnie

The Winston-Salem location is dedicated to Ronald Glenn Sherrill, 1948 – 2021.

Ronnie, as he was known to his vast community of family, friends, non profits, and business associates, lived a life that demonstrated the golden rule: treat others like you want to be treated.  A native of Charlotte, N.C., Ronnie attended N.C. State University, graduating with a degree in civil engineering and after graduation joined his father’s business, SteelFab . While summers and school breaks had been spent in the plant , he moved into sales, estimating and project management, becoming President in 1980 and retiring as Chairman and CEO in 2017. He valued family and relationships in work, considering it a privilege to work alongside his father, brothers, and sons, was an avid golfer, and was quietly involved in the support of numerous non profits. After loosing sight in one eye, he gained a new perspective on vision needs in the North Carolina community. The generosity of the Sherrill family and friends ensures greater access to life changing products and resources for people with low vision.