Making Life More Livable: Simple Adaptations for Living at Home After Vision Loss
This newly revised and updated handbook is an essential guide for adults experiencing vision loss as well as an invaluable resource for their families and friends. Full of practical tips and illustrative photographs, this easy-to-use resource shows how people who are visually impaired can continue living independent, productive lives at home on their own. Useful general guidelines and room-by-room suggestions provide simple and effective solutions for making homes accessible and everyday activities doable for adults regardless of age.
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