Low vision in the elderly is a common problem, as our eyes undergo different changes over time. While most of us will not suffer from complete blindness, millions currently suffer from some form of visual impairment, with numbers growing rapidly as we age.
Low vision makes it difficult to work and manage many of the activities of daily living. The impact of low vision can be devastating, professionally trained caregivers can assist people with low vision improve their quality of life resulting in increased safety, more freedom, and restored confidence.
Symptoms of low vision include:
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If you or a loved one are in need of assistance with activities of daily living or help in monitoring other health concerns, CNAs and HHAs are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week for all ages and levels of care. Granny NANNIES believes in treating clients with the highest level of respect and dignity and maintains the commitment to excellence that it was founded upon in 1990. For quality, trustworthy, reliable and affordable care, Granny NANNIES is there.
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