References

Crossland, M. 2011  Adding low vision to your practice
Optometry Today   p38-42 View reference

Fishbein, B. 2013  Solve low vision challenges in non traditional ways
Optometry Times   p11

Guttman, C. 2009  Strategies for Sight: Many Options Available to Patients with Low Vision
Optometry Times   p26-27

Hersh, M. and Johnson, M. (Eds.) 2008  Assistive Technology for Visually Impaired and Blind People
Springer-Verlag :  London Evidence type: 1

Ophthalmology Times 2004  All Eyes on Low Vision Products: From Magnifiers to Lighting Solutions
Ophthalmology Times   Vol.29(10)   p36

Percival, J. 2012  Introducing daily living products to older people with sight loss: practice implications of an innovative demonstration programme
British Journal of Occupational Therapy   Vol.75 (12)   p570-573

Robitaille, S. 2001  High-tech solutions for reading books, menus and more
Momentum (National Multiple Sclerosis Society)   p12-13

Surrey Social Market Research (SSMR) at the University of Surrey RNIB 2009  Understanding the Needs of Blind and Partially Sighted People: their experiences, perspectives, and expectations Report
View reference   Last visited:  12/12/2013 Evidence type: 3

The Partially Sighted Society 2011  Eccentric Viewing Techniques
View reference   Last visited:  12/10/2013

Thomas Pocklington Trust 2003  Helping people with sight loss in their homes: housing - related assistive technology
Thomas Pocklington Trust :  London

Townsend, W. 2001  What's new and improved in Low Vision Devices?
Review of Optometry   p61-66

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