The Vision Recovery Center is a non profit organization that was started by Dr. Yesnick and his wife Sandy, after years of seeing the tremendous effect on people with low vision or impaired vision after receiving treatment that radically altered their lives. Unfortunately however there are many residents of Las Vegas that cannot afford treatment and this results in people who were it not for the financial commitment could have a life with vision.
At YESnick Vision we are so proud of this organization which is radically changing the lives of every person it helps. It is our goal that our patients will share our vision, that no person should have to struggle through life because of the cost of quality eye care.
At the vision recovery center, we help people of all ages regain their ability to see their children and grandchildren, perform daily tasks which up until now due to their vision was an impossibility. Our patients at the VRC, are able to work again, drive again, and live life the way each of us takes for granted.
Please help us share the gift of sight, by donating to this incredible cause, click on the paypal button below to donate today.
Or click the logo to visit the Vision Recovery Center non profit website for more information.
Meet Sandy Yesnick, OTR/L SCLV, the driving force behind the Vision Recovery Center. Sandy brings years of experience helping people with low vision and impaired vision, which empowered her to start this initiative.
“Helping people who otherwise cannot afford treatment and tools to lead a life with sight is one of the most heart warming experienced I have had the privilege to have. The people we help with the Vision Recovery Center are given a chance at living a new life, and are forever grateful for what we do. It is our goal that no one in Las Vegas should be left without the ability to see and live a productive life due to financial restrictions.”
Sandy also noted “the tremendous outpouring of support and love from the Las Vegas community is such as inspiration, who are truly blessed to be living in a community like ours where people look out for each other and do what they can to prevent the suffering of others.”