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Low Vision Rehabilitation: A Comparison of Traditional and Extended Teaching Programs — JVIB Abstract

Abstract: The purpose of the study was to determine the outcomes of a low vision service that made use of an extended period of education when assisting clients with age-related macular degeneration to use low vision devices. Extended teaching time made a significant difference to the experimental group, not only in the ability to read, but in their overall perceptions of the quality of their lives.


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