Vision Rehabilitation

Vision rehabilitation (frequently called vision recovery) is a term for a medical recuperation to ameliorate vision or low vision. In other words, it's the process of restoring functional capability and perfecting quality of life and independence in an existent that has lost visual function through illness or injury. Useful for cases with macular degeneration, cataracts, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, or visual field loss. Cases with low visual perceptivity (<20/50), central or supplemental vision loss, reduced discrepancy perceptivity, light, and light/ dark adaption difficulties may profit. Low vision recuperation aims to optimize the use of residual vision after severe vision loss, but also aims to educate chops in order to ameliorate visual functioning in diurnal life. Other points include helping people to acclimatize to endless vision loss and perfecting psychosocial functioning.

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