Aging and Vision
While some people’s bad eyesight can be addressed with corrective lenses or surgery, not all vision problems are correctable. Low vision, for example, is a common chronic problem that interferes with quality of life. And though it can’t be corrected, there are services available that can help make daily activities easier.
All age-related vision problems are best treated when they’re caught early. Practice prevention by getting regular eye exams and encouraging loved ones to do the same. And be sure to tell your doctor about new symptoms.