Support for seniors Maintain independence
As you move into your senior years, it is common to experience some change in sight. Although you may go through a gradual loss of vision, you do not have to lose your independence. You can learn practical techniques to retain your quality of life and stay active — regardless of your vision level.
With the right support, you can be independent at home, continue to spend quality time with your family and grandchildren, care for yourself or your partner, handle grocery shopping and cooking, attend appointments unassisted, and enjoy books and television. Whatever you need to retain your independence, we can equip you with the skills to achieve your goals.