My 93 year old mother has vascular dementia and wears glasses with prisms as she sees double. Took her to opthamologist because she was complaining of headaches and words jumping on page when she reads. She had been given drops, which of course she never remembered to use, but now with AL administering them 4 times a day, she said white lines remain.
I asked doctor if it could be damage from a stroke and he thought not.
Anyone have experience like this?
Also, words hopping on page is sometimes corrected in children by using colored overlays as the black white contrast is the problem. Anyone find this helps an elderly person, too?
Mom loves to read, but right now, she can't.