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#2 A white cane
#3 A magnifying machine from the COB
#4 eye injections from her retinologist
#5 Large size check book
#6 Audio books
#7 48" television
Plan her days to alter between stimulation (such as listening) and relaxing. MD can cause anxiety as the vision deteriorates, so work on calming and soothing activities for both of you.
Poured, I would urge your mother to get some low vision rehab, there are many assistive devices, tips and techniques available to help her cope!
My Dad  was having macular degeneration in one eye, and just recently the retina specialist were trying out doing specialized shots in the bad eye to see if it would improve one's sight. Dad said he was starting to see better from that bad eye. It's a series of shots, once a week for a while, then once every other week, etc.