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At Vision Loss Resources we provide the services, skills and community of support to assist in regaining independence after vision loss.

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Are you concerned about a parent or loved one who may be showing signs of vision loss?

•  Discontinuing activities they once enjoyed, like reading the paper, knitting, or going out with friends
•  Trouble reading small print, such as on a medication bottle
•  Difficulty distinguishing colors – mismatched clothes or socks
•  Increased sensitivity to light or glare
•  Tentative walking: bumping into objects and people, missing steps or falling

Vision Loss Resources is here to help.

Call us to learn more about affordable services, including:
•  Initial visit: comprehensive, professional evaluation to identify your needs, develop a service plan, and provide information on community resources. Recommendations on lighting and adaptive equipment
•  Independent Living Skills: continued instruction on adaptive techniques for living independently
•  Digital literacy for older adults: learning how to use that smartphone, and other helpful technology

Macular degeneration is the most commonly cited cause of vision loss among our clients. It reduces central vision, affecting a person’s ability to read, prepare meals, and perform other tasks that people may take for granted — greatly impacting an older adult’s daily life.

Learn more about Affordable Flexible Service Plans!

INNER STRENGTH, OUTER RESOURCES

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