Home Health House Call: Low Vision

On this edition of Home Health House Calls we learn about Low Vision.
Many adults with glaucoma, macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy have low vision.

Low vision can make it difficult to complete day-to-day activities.

Home health occupational therapist can help patients with low vision maintain their independence.

Simple task such as showering, cooking, grocery shopping, and transportation can be difficult with low vision.

Occupational therapist can evaluate your home and make suggestions to make your home safer.

They can also recommend and train patients on assistive devices that help with daily activities.

If you or a loved one has low vision, contact your physician to see if a home health low vision program would be right for you.
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