Reading Tips for Those with AMD

Reading books, magazines and newspapers becomes a challenge as your macular degeneration progresses. However, that doesn't mean you stop reading. There are many ways to adjust and adapt.

Better lighting, large print books, magnifiers and electronic book readers can make it possible to continue this favorite pastime.

Help others by sharing your reading tips with others who are struggling.

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What is your Best Reading Tip?

There are many different ways to adapt so that you can continue to read. Whether it is using a reading magnifier, finding better lighting or using an electronic reading device.

It can be confusing for someone just diagnosed with macular degeneration. Share with others tips that have helped you to read better.

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