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Did you know that if you have trouble seeing the things you want to see and doing the things you want to do that there are two very important but very different eye exams?
Macular Degeneration Aids for the kitchen along with tips for cooking your favorite recipes, making coffee, and easier clean up.
Tips for Living with Macular Degeneration - by Peggy Wolfe, author of Vision Loss - Strategies for Living with Hope provides insight into visual aids and tips for low vision.
Macular Drusen - Ask Your Eye Doctor This Question at your next eye exam. Why type, size, and number of drusen matter.
During one of our visits to my father-in-law who had wet macular degeneration, I noticed him struggling to read while sitting next to a table lamp. While it was a nice looking lamp it could not adjust, bend or direct the lighting to his reading material.
Low Vision Clocks - Large Number and talking low vision clocks for keeping up with Date, Time and Day of the Week.
Central Scotoma - What are the symptoms of a central scotoma, what causes a blind spot in the center of one's vision and what can you do to optimize your vision.
How many of you are using your computer or electronic screen for several hours during the day? I certainly am. After a while do you find that your eyes feel tired and irritated?
When my father-in-law was diagnosed with macular degeneration over 30 years ago we didn't know what kind he had, if it was in both eyes, how it would affect his vision nor what to expect in the future.
Hand Held Magnifiers for Those with Macular Degeneration. Keep a hand held magnifying glass handy in every room. Choose a magnifier with light for even better clarity.