Senior Home Care’s Low Vision Services help patients adjust to vision loss. Our team of rehabilitation professionals, including occupational therapists, will evaluate and train patients to use tools and techniques for reducing falls, improving daily activity and ultimately building confidence.


  • Age-related macular degeneration
  • Glaucoma or diabetic retinopathy
  • Retinal tear/detachment
  • Neurogenic vision loss including CVA, brain injury and multiple sclerosis

Patient Benefits/Services:

  • Home accessibility and safety evaluation
  • Lighting evaluation and recommendation
  • Improved independence and self-confidence
  • Specific teaching guides for comprehensive care
  • Address related psychosocial issues
  • Coordination with facilities, physicians, the patient and their family
  • Post discharge Transitional Care Coordinators maintain contact with patient to assure continued compliance and stabilization
  • Provides clinical outcomes
  • Teaching of coping skills such as effective use of lighting
  • Training for effective use of magnifiers
  • Increasing safety awareness to prevent falls
  • Teaching adaptive techniques such as use of tactile bumps
  • Touching and hearing compensation strategies
  • Providing specialized educational resources

Doctor Benefits:

  • Progress reports to physician
  • Comprehensive case management including a single point of contact
  • Physician protocol compliance
  • Focus on optimal outcomes
  • Single point of contact for coordination of service and reporting

Thorough physical assessment