Low Vision Awareness Month

Low Vision Awareness Month
Low vision can impact a person's ability to live independently and complete activities of daily living. The number of people living with visual impairment is expected to nearly double by 2030. The National Eye Institute has tips on how to recognize if the problem truly is low vision, which cannot be corrected by glasses, medication or surgery.

In Low Vision Awareness Month, people who suspect low vision in themselves or a loved one are encouraged to visit their doctor to learn more.
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