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Low Vision Care

Allyn C. Uniacke

Low Vision Care

by Allyn C. Uniacke

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  • 26 Currently reading

Published by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ophthalmology,
  • Reference

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages500
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10175046M
    ISBN 100397513305
    ISBN 109780397513307
    OCLC/WorldCa232128443

    If you have recently learned that your vision is diminished or likely to worsen in the future, you may be experiencing any or all of these feelings. You may be wondering how you will go on doing what you have always done, how you will maintain your independence and how you will take care File Size: 1MB. Low Vision Solutions. Increased demand for low vision devices means many more choices are becoming available. More than million Americans older than 40 already have blindness or low vision .

    recordings of books and periodicals for people who are blind. ACT // INTERMEDIATE • Work with local eye care professionals to provide a wide variety of community screenings including early childhood, school and all age’s vision . The Three Steps to Low Vision Rehabilitation. Primary Eye Care specializes in low vision rehabilitation and is state certified for low vision care. The benefits that our patients receive from our low vision aids and services include improved clarity of vision .

    In other words, low vision is "not enough vision to do whatever it is you need to do," which can vary from person to person. Most eye care professionals prefer to use the term "low vision" to describe permanently reduced vision . low-vision aids, tools and technology for the blind and visually impaired. Stay active, independent, and make your life easier with the superb selection of low-vision aids, tools and technology from ila. We carry everything for the blind and visually impaired including canes and mobility aids, magnifiers, talking watches, talking clocks, talking bibles, large print books.


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Clearly organized and simply presented, The Low Vision Handbook for Eyecare Professionals, Second Edition offers an introduction to all aspects of low vision, including a short history of low vision and Format: Paperback.

“The strength of this book compared to other low vision texts, is that it was written specifically for occupational text is a worthwhile read for the novice low vision occupational therapist who wishes to gain a general overview of vision /5(4).

“The strength of this book compared to other low vision texts, is that it was written specifically for occupational text is a worthwhile read for the novice low vision occupational therapist who wishes to gain a general overview of vision Author: Mitchell Scheiman. What is low vision?; Incidence and causes; Measuring visual performance; The multi disciplinary team in low vision care; Magnification; Increasing object size; Decreasing viewing distance; Real image.

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What is Low vision. Best corrected visual acuity of 6/18 or less and / or field of vision. Low Vision Rehabilitation. The Veterans Health Administration (VHA) recognizes the importance of providing blind and low vision rehabilitation care to Veterans.

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