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The Effectiveness of Comprehensive Low Vision Services for Older Persons with Visual Impairments in New Zealand
Abstract: This study evaluated the effects of providing comprehensive low vision services to elderly persons with visual impairments in New Zealand. The 93 participants were matched on age, gender, and visual function with 93 who did not have access to comprehensive low vision services. No significant differences were found between the groups at posttest and follow-up on the three primary dependent variables of visual function, instrumental activities of daily living, and quality of life.
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