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    ABOUT ME


    Laura K. Windsor, O.D., F.A.A.O. specializes in the low vision rehabilitation of those with vision loss from problems such as achromatopsia,  albinism, macular degeneration, diabetic eye disease, congenital eye diseases, stroke and traumatic brain injury. Driving with low vision is another area of emphasis in her practice and she does extensive work with bioptic driving. Dr. Laura has lectured extensively on low vision and neuro-optometric rehabilitation after stroke and head injury and the treatment of eye diseases to doctors, occupational therapists, hospital rehabilitation departments, nursing facilities and low vision support groups throughout the United States.

    Dr. Laura followed in her father’s footsteps and joined him in practice with the Eye Associates Group, LLC and Low Vision Centers of Indiana in 2001. She treats low vision patients in their Indianapolis, Fort Wayne and Hartford City offices throughout Indiana.

    Dr. Laura received her Doctorate of Optometry from the Indiana University School of Optometry, where she received the Essilor Award of Excellence, given to an outstanding student in her graduating class and the Varilux Award for an outstanding clinical paper. In June 2001 at the American Optometric Association annual meeting in Boston, she received the National Essilor Award in a competition among graduating doctors of optometry from all sixteen schools of optometry. She served as vice president of the Indiana University Optometric Student Association and was honored with a special award for her multiple contributions to the I.U. School of Optometry. She previously obtained a Bachelor of Science in Optometry from Indiana University and she is a graduate of the Indiana Academy for Science, Mathematics and Humanities at Ball State University.

    Dr. Laura received her Fellowship in the American Academy of Optometry in December 2003 in Dallas, Texas. She is a member of the American Optometric Association, American Academy of Optometry, Indiana Optometric Association and the Indiana Low Vision Rehabilitation Society.

    In April of 2010, the Indiana Optometric Association honored her with two major awards. She received the President's Citation as the "Outstanding Young Doctor of Optometry" in Indiana where her work in low vision rehabilitation was cited.  Dr Windsor also received the Meritorious Service Award for her leadership in developing a manual to aid doctors in converting to electronic medical records, an area which Dr. Laura has special expertise.

    Dr. Laura has published numerous articles on low vision rehabilitation and in 2005, she co-authored a book on reengineering the optometric practice. She has co-authored a quarterly column on low vision for Vision Enhancement Magazine. She also co-authored in 1999, a national gold medal award-winning article on the application of the Internet to optometry. 

    You can reach Dr. Laura Windsor via email at drlaura@eyeassociates.com .