VISION LOSS AND THOSE YOU LOVE
LOOKING TOWARDS A PATH OF SUCCESS
Vision loss is one of the first signs of aging experienced by older adults – one in three people over the age of 65 experience some form of vision loss in their lifetimes. Loss of vision is often accompanied by feelings of fear, anger, confusion, and even depression. Adjusting to life with vision loss is difficult, no doubt, but it is also manageable. Your loved one can and will be able to persevere with the right support.
Many older adults associate loss of vision with loss of independence. While your loved one’s life may change significantly as their vision degenerates, you can help them maintain their independence by making a few simple modifications to their home and routine.
NAVIGATING THROUGH VISION LOSS
Helping your loved one modify, declutter, and organize their home can maximize their independence and allow them to live a happy, healthy life in the comfort of their own home.
RISE AND SHINE
While you may not be able to reverse the effects of aging and vision loss, you can improve visibility around your loved one’s home by making a few simple changes to their environment.
Your loved one deserves to age with dignity. You can ensure they maintain this by making small modifications to their hygiene routine.
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Help your loved one access their community by working with them to identify the barriers their vision loss has created and plan solutions accordingly.
Vision loss and the unique needs
Vision loss can be a tough obstacle to navigate with your loved one. Staff at Beverly’s Daughter are dedicated to ensuring that you and your loved one have the support you need to manage this new challenge successfully. Talk with your trusted optometrist or primary care doctor about modifications you can make to your loved one’s home and have us look over it – we’ll send you a customized action plan within 48 hours that is tailored to your loved one’s unique needs. Let us help your loved one age gracefully.
Loved Ones WITH vision loss CAN REMAIN INDEPENDENT
Vision loss can be scary change, but we offer many products and solutions to assist you and your parent to keep them safe so they can maintain their independence at home as long as possible.
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