Low-vision service provision

26 November 2019
Volume 20, Issue 4

This article uses case studies to appraise low-vision service provision and how it can be enhanced by a multidisciplinary approach.

Patients attending low-vision services present with many visual, emotional and practical needs which require a range of solutions. The article outlines four case studies which are designed to help readers reflect on their own practice and patient management.

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