Making Life More Livable: Simple Adaptations for Living at Home after Vision Loss (Paperback)
For more than 30 years, Making Life More Livable has served as an indispensable resource for older adults with vision loss and their families, providing practical tips and easy adaptations and modifications for improving the safety and security of older adults in their homes. The revised and updated third edition includes information on current technology and independent living products, as well as an updated Resource Guide, in addition to general guidelines and room-by-room specifics. A brand new chapter describes basic skills for moving around safely inside the home and provides suggestions for preventing falls. The chapter on additional health conditions has also been expanded to include the specific ways each condition affects vision. The newest edition also has a fresh, vibrant look, with color photos illustrating simple and effective solutions for older adults to continue living independent, productive lives.