‘Seeing’ the first signs of Spring
My daughter Elizabeth turned 27 in March. Along with coping with many other physical and medical challenges, Elizabeth is also visually impaired (see full issue for a resource that she really loves). Since she is non-verbal, it has always been difficult to determine the amount of impairment she has. We have worked with a developmental ophthalmologist for years and have had varying degrees of success in correcting her vision with glasses.
For those who may not know, even if a patient who speak, he or she can
receive an effective visual examination.