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How does low-vision rehabilitation at home improve vision?

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Dr. Jeffrey Paul
Ophthalmology
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In brief: Task of daily living

A thorough low vision evaluation will conclude with recommendations for devices and techniques for improving a person's ability to cope with diminished vision.
This can include cooking, sewing, reading, tv viewing, adjusting the thermostat and many other everyday activities which are difficult for people with impaired eyesight.

In brief: Task of daily living

A thorough low vision evaluation will conclude with recommendations for devices and techniques for improving a person's ability to cope with diminished vision.
This can include cooking, sewing, reading, tv viewing, adjusting the thermostat and many other everyday activities which are difficult for people with impaired eyesight.
Dr. Jeffrey Paul
Dr. Jeffrey Paul
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Dr. Daniel Schainholz
Ophthalmology

In brief: Refraction might

A painstaking evaluation for the best glasses for all of your working distances may improve your vision a little, and both optical devices (e.
g. glare filters, magnifiers and telescopes) plus non-optical adaptations (e.g. electronics, talking books. large print and tactile aids) are demonstrated to help with tasks such as reading, cooking, and community integration. Start with glasses.

In brief: Refraction might

A painstaking evaluation for the best glasses for all of your working distances may improve your vision a little, and both optical devices (e.
g. glare filters, magnifiers and telescopes) plus non-optical adaptations (e.g. electronics, talking books. large print and tactile aids) are demonstrated to help with tasks such as reading, cooking, and community integration. Start with glasses.
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Dr. Daniel Schainholz
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