Supporting Family Losing Eyesight

A man with glasses and a backwards baseball cap hugs his granddaughter outsideWhen a parent or family member is experiencing vision loss, there are many ways you can be supportive. From helping with transportation to tracking down resources that will help them continue to live independently, there are ways to help. 

It may be that supporting the person through learning new skills, using adaptive technology or helping to modify their home to keep it safe and accessible will be welcome. It's also possible your parent will just need a listening ear.

San Diego Center for the Blind offers Southern Californians many vision rehabilitation services. If you have a parent struggling with vision loss, we invite you to contact us to learn more.

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