Focusing on low–vision therapy at Clarke County Hospital
Low Vision Therapy can help those who need it, to overcome daily obstacles.
Low vision is a broad medical term used to describe a visual impairment affecting a person’s ability to perform everyday activities that cannot be corrected by standard glasses, contact lenses, surgery or medicine. Everyday activities such as dialing a phone, paying bills, reading mail, reading a computer screen, shopping and writing can pose difficulties for those who have uncorrectable impaired eyesight.
Kristi Huenemann, a licensed occupational therapist at Clarke County Hospital, has a graduate certificate in low vision rehabilitation. Her motivation for helping others with low vision difficulties stems from personal experience.
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