The Oxford Lions Club recently delivered a CCTV viewer to an Oxford resident. The viewer will provide a larger image of printed materials enabling the recipient to read again after suffering a loss of vision. The equipment was provided by the Lions Low Vision Center at Saint Mary’s Hospital in Waterbury. Low vision is a degree of vision loss that cannot be corrected by eyeglasses, contacts, medicine or surgery. It is the third most common impairment among people age 70 and older, and affects daily activities. Treatment may include the use of compensatory strategies and adaptive equipment or vision aids that are provided free of charge by the Lions Club.