Visibility Vol 16 Issue 1, 2022


Outcomes Following use of Smartphone Visual-assistive Applications in Seniors with Low Vision


Mobile applications (apps) have become increasingly important for everyday life and can offer additional accessibility for patients with visual impairment. An increasing number of visual assistive apps are available at little or no cost, but are underutilized by seniors with low vision. We explored the outcomes these apps may have on visual ability for seniors with low vision.

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