New techology offers area woman the hope of regaining sight
For the past nine years, Charlotte Baker has had one dream. Her vision is restored and her life returns to normal.
Normal would mean Baker working in her kitchen, preparing the Mexican food dishes that are her specialty. Or traveling with Ken Baker, her husband of 47 years. Seeing her children, grandchildren and now, a new great-grandchild.
She misses the ability to do even mundane tasks that she used to take for granted when she had her sight.
Cleaning the house and doing the laundry? That would be great, too.
The most frustrating part of the dream is that Charlotte Baker knows it can be achieved — there is a technology in existence that would restore her vision almost instantly.
She knows because she has seen it and experienced it. It’s called eSight, electronic glasses that help the legally blind see. Read more >>