Parkinson’s Disease (PD) is difficult enough but when one’s world is blurry, it can greatly add to the frustration and interfere with daily activities. Common visual complaints of PD patients are blurry vision, double vision, decrease blink rate, altered tear film and eye tracking difficulties. People with poor vision stop participating in stimulating activities, become depressed, and withdraw from others, making good vision especially important for those with PD. Appropriate vision intervention can often help. The Eye Associates’ doctors are well trained in the sensitivities of dealing with Parkinson patients. We feel strongly that good vision is especially important for them and will take the time to deal with their visual complaints.