Low Vision Support

A unique care approach for those coping with vision loss.

Empower your loved one struggling with low vision to maintain their independence and experience a fuller, happier life at home.

At HomeWell Care Services, we’ve seen that life at home presents unique challenges for older adults with low vision. For these individuals, vision loss not only prevents them from enjoying certain hobbies or activities, but it produces a severe risk to their well-being and sense of security. Fortunately, HomeWell is here to help. Our specialized care approach is designed by industry experts to help vision-impaired seniors safely age within the comfort of their homes and experience a higher quality of life.

With a custom in-home care plan built by a trained Care Manager and administered by compassionate caregivers, our agencies are committed to addressing your loved one’s individual needs. All the while, you can experience peace of mind knowing they are in good hands.

HomeWell Care Managers and Caregivers are specially trained in low vision support. You can rely on them to:

  • Safeguard your loved one’s well-being. Potential fall hazards are removed during the home safety evaluation to help them navigate their homes confidently and more efficiently.
  • Equip the home. Trouble spots are marked and our agencies’ care professionals offer visual recommendations to help your loved one distinguish household and medicinal items.
  • Lend a helping hand. Our agencies can help schedule vision care appointments and assist with daily activities, such as meal preparation, ensuring stored foods are fresh, light housekeeping, grooming, dressing, shopping and more.
  • Reassure, be present and provide companionship. We know that impaired vision takes a toll; HomeWell caregivers can bring emotional comfort to your loved one as they adjust to their vision challenges and be a listening ear when they need it.

Consider Low Vision Support if you or your loved one has trouble performing the following:

  • Reading
  • Recognizing people’s faces
  • Telling colors apart
  • Driving
  • Viewing a television or computer screen clearly

Trusted Tip: Low Vision

Low vision does not have to equate to low ability. If your loved one is exhibiting symptoms of low vision, download our Trusted Tip to discover measures you and your family can take to help preserve their quality of life and safeguard their well-being over the long term.

HomeWell is here for you and ready to help

Your local HomeWell agency is ready to provide the in-home care your loved one needs as they navigate everyday life with low vision. Simply contact your local office to arrange a consultation to discuss your specific requirements. From there, they’ll work with you to provide your loved one and family with a personalized care plan tailored to address your preferences.