Tag Archives: Macular Degeneration Network

We’ve come a long way! Until now, the only way of “home monitoring” to detect vision changes in “dry” AMD has been the Amsler Grid. If you are at high-risk for developing “wet” AMD, you may now take a more … Continue reading

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Understanding Your New Sight You’re invited to meet Lind Stevens, OTRL, SCLV, MS, a highly accomplished occupational therapist with a specialization in low vision rehabilitation, on Sunday, May 15, at the Macular Degeneration Network meeting at Sibley Medical Building. This … Continue reading

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Learn about 21st Century portable, mobile & “new wearable” technology! Today’s technology for vision loss is miraculous. If you or a loved one has impaired sight, you know how difficult everyday tasks can be. Join POB’s Aging Eye / Macular … Continue reading

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Save the date for a unique technology presentation Sunday, October 18: 1:30 p.m. – 3 p.m. Aging Eye / Macular Degeneration Network Sibley Medical Building MARK YOUR CALENDAR to attend a unique presentation that will focus on portable, mobile and … Continue reading

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March 8 event was a banner day for POB Kudos to Drs. Suleiman Alibhai, Donald Gagliano and Michael Summerfield for their realistic, hopeful and candid presentations at the March 8 Vision Rehab Town Hall Meeting. Take-home messages from the event … Continue reading

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How Aging Sight and Hearing Loss Impact Cognition: Johns Hopkins and National Eye Institute, National Institutes of Health Experts Present Research Update The Prevention of Blindness Society of Metropolitan Washington’s (POB) Macular Degeneration Network in partnership with the Sibley Senior … Continue reading

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