In some cases of vision impairment, one or more of the following may help to restore your vision:
- contact lenses
If you experience partial blindness that can’t be corrected, your doctor will provide guidance on how to function with limited vision. For example, you can use a magnifying glass to read, increase the text size on your computer, and use audio clocks and audiobooks.
Complete blindness requires approaching life in a new way and learning new skills. For example, you may need to learn how to:
- read Braille
- use a guide dog
- memorize the keypad on your phone
- organize your home so you can find things easily
- fold money in distinct ways to distinguish bill amounts
You may also need to have handrails installed in your bathroom.