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How to Get Help for Low Vision

Freeway exit sign pointing toward the futureVision loss can make daily activities more difficult and has even been linked to depression in adults; that’s why the importance of getting help for deteriorating vision can’t be overstated. Luckily, there are many things you can do to maximize your remaining vision and to adapt your environment so that you can live independently. Possibly the most important step you can take is contacting a low vision rehabilitation specialist who can teach you techniques for continuing your work and hobbies, as well as recommend low vision aids that work for your unique situation. To find out more about what kinds of help are available, check out this article: Low Vision Aids and Low Vision Rehabilitation

And if you’re in San Diego and looking for help with low vision, find out more about our counseling and rehabilitation services here, and contact us when you’re ready to take the first step toward (re)gaining your independence.

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Posted in Emotional Adjustment to Vision Loss, First Steps After Vision Loss, Living Independently, Vision Loss Technology & Products | View Post