High Technology for Low Vision


SEPTEMBER 9, 2008
by MELINDA BECK
The Wall Street Journal


Currently more than 16 million Americans report some form of visual impairment, and that number is expected to double by 2030.  Many have been told there's nothing that can be done, and so, regrettably, don't seek help.

But low vision doesn't have to mean darkness and dependence.  In a September 9, 2008 Wall Street Journal article titled High Technology for Low Vision, author Melinda Beck reports on the ever-growing array of devices which can help people maximize their reminaing vision and even compensate for what they've lost.  Read the full article here.