Spring 2021: eSight’s Impact on Patient Outcomes



Presented by: eSight – Robert Robinson, Gary Foster, Rosa Henderson, Sam Peluso

Date: 05/07/2021

Through an interactive panel discussion including an eSight user, coach, and two company representatives, participants will have an opportunity to ask questions about eSight 4 and how it improves patient outcomes. Attend the discussion to get an in-depth look into this low vision assistive device, its impact on the low vision community, and learn how it can be incorporated into your practice as a possible solution for vision enhancement. Robert Robinson brings over 9 years of experience in B2B corporate structures to eSight. Starting as an eSight Advisor, then a Home Experience Leader, Rob used his knowledge in product-patient interaction to conduct effective home evaluations for prospective eSight users. This in turn ensures members of the low vision community are fully equipped with information relating to eSight and how it can possibly work for them. Today, Rob is now a Regional Account Manager where he manages several eSight distribution partners in addition to conducting home evaluations. Gary Foster lives with macular degeneration and has been an eSight wearer since 2015. As his central vision began to worsen, the loss of seeing loved ones and feedback from facial expressions began to take a great toll on his mental health. Now introduced to eSight, Gary has regained his independence, returned to his favorite hobbies, and can see his loved ones again. Rosa Henderson began her journey with eSight in 2016 while completing her degree in Business Administration. She first heard about the device while visiting her local vocational rehabilitation center. Today, Rosa is now an eSight coach and teaches new wearers how to use their eSight devices through personalized 1-to-1 coaching sessions. With a background in biochemistry, molecular biology, and research & development, Sam Peluso is eSight’s Clinical Account Manager. At eSight, Sam strives to help users in two ways. First, by increasing the awareness of eSight among eye care professionals. And second, by creating more accessible opportunities for individuals with low vision to try eSight.