In Washington state, an estimated 94,000 people live with severe vision impairment, and two thirds of that number are 65 or older. Nationally, the figure is more than 4 million, and reports indicate more than two thirds are seniors.
To learn more about a particular kind of vision impairment, choose from many publications available at our SightConnection programs websiteFor example, we have publications on the following topics among others:
Or to learn more about vision loss and resources for handling the challenges of vision impairment, please visit the SightConnection website.
Above all, we urge visitors here to realize that there is a lot that can be done to meet the challenges of vision loss even when there are no more medical, surgical or optical solutions remaining. Losing vision does not have to mean losing independence and well-being!
Visit the SightConnection Services site for more vision-related information and resources!
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