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If you're losing your vision, that doesn't mean you have to lose your independent lifestyle. It just means having to learn a new skill set to find new ways to do familiar tasks. At Eye Society, our Chicago optometrist works hard to stay current with the latest techniques in eye care, including the latest improvements in vision rehabilitation. If you or a family member has a beginning or ongoing vision loss, the most important task right now is to learn to live as independently as possible.
Vision rehabilitation is the process of helping visually impaired individuals to learn to live as independently as possible to aid in their quality of life. Dr. Tanvi Mago, our eye doctor in Chicago, helps a wide variety of patients with varying amounts of vision loss. The goal is to use the vision you have, combined with a variety of visual aids, to move you back to a more normal lifestyle. There are a number of low vision aids you can use, including:
Besides using visual aids, there are some techniques you can practice at home to make living with low vision easier.
The first step in dealing with your low vision is to assemble a team to help you get through this daunting lifestyle change. Our Chicago optometrist is here to help you, every step of the way. Begin by coming in for an examination and consultation with our doctor.
Knowing you have a solid plan for improving your life can be the best way to encourage you to move forward. Contact our office at 312-640-2405 today.
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