Anyone living with low vision knows that small changes around your home and living space can make bit improvements in your quality of life. Although, ideally, you will be able to work with an occupational therapist to help you figure out what changes to make, if you are trying to figure it out on your own for the time being, these 13 suggestions might help.
Advice ranges from changing your light bulbs (the type and intensity may be different for different people with differing low vision), securing your throw rugs or getting rid of them completely, and organize your space by task to reduce complications.
If your quality of life is affected by vision loss, then please reach out to SDCB. Our programs and services can help you in several ways.
13 Little Updates to Make Your Home Low-Vision Friendly