India currently has over 15 million blind people against 39 million globally, which makes India home to world’s largest population of blind people. Over 52 million people are visually impaired and 75 % of these cases are of avoidable blindness. Over the years, scientific knowledge and clinical advancement have allowed clinicians to cure many life threatening diseases, yet hundreds of medical problems persist even today which are beyond the scope of medical science. Permanent Blindness and Visual Impairment are among those problems where numerous efforts of medical fraternity failed to deal with non-treatable causes of blindness.

VISION REHABILITATION

Numerous incurable eye diseases leave thousands of patients into a lifetime of despair every year. In such situation, Vision rehabilitation plays a major role in enabling visually impaired to cope with vision loss, continue education, travel safely, manage household chores, meet the career objectives & enjoy leisure activities.

Vision rehabilitation is the process of treatment and education that helps individuals who are visually impaired attain maximum function, a sense of well-being, a personally satisfying level of independence and optimum quality of life.

Vision rehabilitation does not focus on the amount of vision lost. It is a planned process that works with the residual functional vision.

Vision rehabilitation cannot restore lost sight, but it can equip you with techniques to maintain an independent lifestyle.

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