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There are several eye conditions that can make it difficult to complete daily tasks. These include macular degeneration, glaucoma, and diabetic retinopathy.
Occupational therapists have special training to help people with low vision function better. They can help prevent accidents and injury by pointing out potential hazards and offering solutions. They can teach viewing, tracking, and scanning techniques to allow people to use their remaining vision most effectively. And OTs can help modify the task or environment to improve function such as with low-vision tools.
If you have low vision, you can consider these tips to increase your safety and ability to function:
The occupational therapy staff on the campus of Passavant Community can help you manage your low vision and provide further training, tips and education. They are available on an outpatient basis by calling (724) 452-3492 or via home health services (877) 862-6659.