Personal Self-Care

This is an image of an illuminated mirrorFor most of us, it's a matter of personal pride and dignity to care for our personal needs independently. A Vision Rehabilitation Therapist can help you learn more about a wide range of adaptive techniques for many personal self-care tasks. To learn what a Vision Rehabilitation Therapist does and how you could benefit, read A Day on the Road with Vision Rehabilitation Therapist Stephanie Stephens Van on this website.

In this section, we'll give you tips and techniques that can help you maintain your independence in a number of personal areas that are of prime importance, including:

Additional Resources for Independent Living and Personal Self-Care

Personal Stories

  • Father James Warnke: Living a Well-Integrated Life
    Father Warnke, who was born with retinopathy of prematurity (ROP) and glaucoma, has had a very successful series of careers as mental health counselor and Episcopal priest, to name just a few of his accomplishments.

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