Low Vision in the Elderly
Loss of eyesight causing difficulty completing everyday tasks.
Low Vision Articles
Hobbies for Blind and Low-Vision Seniors
Experienced caregivers offer their best tips and suggestions for activities for blind and low-vision seniors.0 Comments
How to Make Life Easier and Safer for Seniors with Low Vision
Visual impairment can greatly affect one’s day-to-day function, physical health and mental wellbeing. Fortunately, there are many products and techniques that can help blind seniors and those with low vision lead safe, active lives.19 Comments
Are You Getting the Best Eyeglasses and Care for Aging Eyes?
Aging eyes need special care, but seniors don't always get it. Seniors don't often complain when they can't see well. Seniors should see an optometrist to be sure they receive an accurate prescription and a good glasses fit.4 Comments
The 4 Most Common Age-Related Eye Diseases
Glaucoma, cataracts, macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy are the four most common eye conditions among people over age 65. Learn about symptoms and preventive measures you can take to help preserve your vision.9 Comments
Low Vision Questions
Mom's eyesight seems to vary from day to day. One day she is OK with her prescription glasses, next day she is frustrated. Any advice?30 Comments
Every time I help my mother (84) I leave feeling distressed because of her resistance to any proper care, regardless of all my efforts.9 Comments
Help re macular degeneration and finding low-vision eye Dr near Okeechobee, FL?2 Comments
How do I convince my 87 year-oId mother to allow me/us to help her stay in her home?5 Comments