"Verdict: Printed in a large, dark font, this book provides basic, valuable, just-in-time information for those individuals facing vision loss, especially older adults. Highly recommended" Library Journal Express
"Ophthalmologists struggle with trying to assist patients and families as they adapt to untreatable and permanent visual impairment. This superb book should help thousands of patients." Robert C. Ramsay, MD, VitreoRetinal Surgery, PA, Edina, Minnesota
"The book is informative, well-written, and practical. A lot of research, thought, and effort has gone into this book, and the result is excellent." Dorothy J. Horns, MD, Southdale Eye Clinic, Edina, Minnesota
"I was impressed by the practicality and understandability of the book. It was a very worthwhile read and learning experience for me." Eugene O. Gullingsrud, MD, Edina Eye Physicians and Surgeons, PA. Edina, Minnesota
"All of us who deal with low vision patrons were absolutely delighted to see this book come along. I think the book is a fantastic resource." Dodie Frisbie, Outreach Librarian, Niles (Illinios) Public Library District
Peggy R. Wolfe developed her expertise about macular disease while living with her own macular degeneration for 11 years. Her history with the disease goes back 50 years when her uncle and later her mother developed macular disease, and she helped them learn to cope. She lives in Minnetonka, Minnesota.
Bought it for a friend. Lots of practical living ideas for her to learn. She loved it!Published 1 month ago by gramma40
My grandma was recently diagnosed with Macular Disease and I was in search of a book that would help me find ways to help her. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Rachel O.
I purchased this book for my parents, and I also read it myself. It has many useful tips for living with vision loss, and for aging in general.Published 5 months ago by Donna Van Tuyl
I chose this rating (only 3 stars) because my situation is quite different from the author of this book. I still have total vision in my left eye and partial in the right. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jackie D
The book is excellent for people with low vision. Many hints on how to make some adjustments to the daily tasks we do every day. The print is quite large to make reading easier. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Elle
I've been dealing with AMD for a couple of years, but just recently started really losing my vision. This is an invaluable source of simple tips for dealing with low vision. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Jean
My fiercely independent Grandma has been legally blind for 3 years now. In an effort to improve her quality of life, I purchased the book and read most of it from front to back. Read morePublished 13 months ago by D. Dorn
Not sure if this is available in e-book format, but it should be to make it more reader-friendly. My M-I-L is fiercely independent and was getting discouraged with the progression... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Mich
The letters are big, so my mother, who has macular degeneration, has been able to read it. Good information on how to live with vision lossPublished 15 months ago by Art