Visibility Vol 13 Issue 2, 2019

Practice Patterns and Visual Improvements following Vision Rehabilitation Services by Optometrists in an Ophthalmologic Medical Center

A previous review of records by Sunness and El Annan at a low vision rehabilitation (LVR) service in another department of ophthalmology revealed a relatively low rate of improvement in distance visual acuity (VA) by >=2 lines with refraction for 11% of low vision (LV) patients, and did not consider improvements at near or with LV assistive devices. We hypothesized this previously published study was not representative of other similar practices and may lead to underestimation of the benefits of LVR.

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Well-Being and Mental Health Factors among Informal Caregivers of Individuals with Visual Impairments

Callie Victor, PhD, OTR/L, CLA; Matthew Haase, MS, OTR/L, ATC; Michael Bown; Lindsey Bates, OTR; Michael Centra, OTR/L; Jaclyn Sachleben; Elizabeth Tyson; Michelle Gamber, DrPH; Suleiman Alibhai

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Stand Magnifier Optical Strategies

Gregg Baldwin, OD

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Characteristics of Older Bioptic Drivers: Effects of Increasing Age on Driving Safety

Bradley E. Dougherty, OD, PhD

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