The New England College of Optometry Clinical Network is committed to providing access to high-quality, convenient, and affordable eye care throughout the community. We have developed strong community partnerships to provide services to individuals with disabilities, specific low vision and geriatric services, and care to those who are homeless.
With a rich history of community service, students from New England College of Optometry work alongside optometrists in our clinical network to provide eye care through the system of community collaborators. Together, they provide advanced eye and vision services, along with other coordinated heath services, designed to care for special populations including children, older adults, those with low vision, the homeless, and individuals with disabilities. Their goal is to provide services for the whole community, including underserved populations.
Individuals with Disabilities Service:
The New England College of Optometry Clinical Network provides vision care to individuals with intellectual disabilities throughout the Commonwealth at special-needs-based schools and rehabilitation centers.
Low Vision and Geriatric Services
Low vision and geriatric services are provided to individuals throughout the Boston area.
Eye Care for the Homeless
Through a collaboration with Boston Healthcare for the Homeless program, New England College of Optometry Clinical Network provides care at shelters in the Boston area.
- Pine Street Inn
- Barbara McGinnis House
- Jean Yawkey Place