Aging and Vision Loss: A Handbook for Families
American Foundation for the Blind, 2006 - Health & Fitness - 232 pages
As the number of older persons experiencing vision loss continues to soar over the upcoming years, all of us may find that a family member or friend we care about has become visually impaired. Aging and Vision Loss contains reassuring, supportive, and helpful information on meeting the needs of the older person and family caregivers as well.
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