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Don't take the fall, prevent it
Falling is unpleasant at any age, for older adults it is downright dangerou...
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6/6 Give & Take
Join Us June 6, 2019 At MEETH We learn so much from each other about liv...
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6/20 Amazon’s Accessibility
Join Us June 20, 2019 At MEETH Like everything else it does, Amazon’s ...
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Spring Cleaning Gives More Than It Takes
There is something about Spring that makes us want to freshen things up.  ...
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Your Driver Has Arrived
Ride-sharing apps offer a cash-free convenience, that is often quicker and ...
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A New Doctor, A New Course
As a member of Humana for many years, I have had to change my retina specia...
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Using the iPhone Magnifier
You don’t necessarily have to be of a certain age, or have a serious visu...
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NYC Museums Present A Vivid Picture
Vision loss has a way of making all art appear a little too abstract.  It ...
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Adjusting To iPhone X
Resistance to change is a naturally occurring phenomenon among humans.  So...
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Better Access To Art & Entertainment
Living with vision loss does not mean giving up the enjoyment of movies, mu...
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Accessibility Matters In The Ophthalmologist’s Office
A visit to any doctor’s office can include some degree of difficulty for ...
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Living Better With AMD
There was a time when a patient diagnosed with Age-Related Macular Degenera...



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