A3 Retina Logo Empowering People with Vision Loss

A3: Adapt • Adjust • Achieve

A3 is a 501(c)3 non-profit dedicated to personalized education, training, and support for individuals significantly impacted by vision loss to help them adapt, adjust, and achieve maximum independence.

Since all of our services are provided to clients in their home or community location we are closing our central office and will be utilizing virtual offices.
Our new mailing address ONLY is:
545 N Broadway
PMB #10
Denver, CO 80203
Phone numbers, web and email addresses will, of course, remain the same.

Vision Loss Simulator

Typical Vision
Diabetic Retinopathy
Macular Degeneration
Retinitis Pigmentosa
Total Blindness

Only the person who is visually impaired or blind really knows what it is like. Each individual’s precise conditions are different. To help family members and friends begin to understand, we pulled data and reporting from current clinical research and built this vision simulator.

  • You!
    You! New Board Member

    We’re always looking for great people to partner with, and currently are looking for new board members. If you’re interested in being a part of A3 please contact us!

  • Ky Agnew
    Ky Agnew Vice Chair

    Aging is often a career that individuals adopt after years of experience, but Agnew began her career in gerontology in 2005 while she was still earning her undergraduate degree in Social Services with a minor focus on Criminal Justice and Sociology from Wichita State University (2006). She continued her interest earning a Master of Gerontology in 2010 from Wichita State as well. Her professional work from 2005 until 2013 has included social work, admissions, and marketing in Kansas and Colorado for nursing home companies. In 2013 she joined PASCO as the Intake Director and later developed the Senior Outreach Manager role. Her expertise focuses on creating systemic management practices that improve outcomes and quality of care as well as quality of life.


Our Goals


Improve the lives of those significantly impacted by vision loss or blindness by providing personalized support to stimulate, encourage, and empower each person in becoming active, productive and responsible members of the community


Develop better understanding of vision loss and blindness within the community to combat the exploitation and neglect of the welfare of blind or visually impaired persons.


Increase available opportunities for individuals who are visually impaired or blind


Cooperate with organizations, private and public, that promote the welfare of all people



Expand the scope and quality of services to individuals who are visually impaired or blind



Maximize individual achievement of personal goals with support, education and training

A3 is here to help

From regular in home visits to making sure you have transportation to your next appointment, A3 has a network of solution providers.