Audiovisual presentation from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) highlights how cataracts, glaucoma, and macular degeneration effects vision for driving.
Vision form for disability evaluation. This form may be used as a guideline for obtaining essential information for assessment of disability from vision impairment.
Legal vision impairment is an important concept when describing limitations of vision for administrative hearings and legal proceedings.
Inadequate vision or the presence of adverse conditions that compromises visibility may be important factors that an ophthalmologist expert witness considers when performing vision analysis for accident and safety cases.
The ability to see is clearly a critical factor when it comes to safe driving. Having trained many legally blind (20/200) people to drive, I have witnessed firsthand, however, that “seeing” has more to do with perception than visual acuity. … Read More
Low vision refers to the significant impairment of vision that is not corrected with the usual lens correction devices. It may also refer to the significant loss of the peripheral vision. Although the condition is distributed among different age brackets, … Read More
Low Vision, also referred to as poor vision, is when a person loses their sight which is not completely restored using such aids as surgery and prescription eyeglasses. Such sight loss can include poor night vision, blind spots, and a … Read More
Drivers use their headlights to help illuminate dark roadways at night or in dark conditions. However, it is important for drivers to understand that often, lights are necessary for safety in other circumstances. Headlights are not only necessary to help … Read More
It is not uncommon to get eye strain when working at a computer for long periods of time. But there are easy things you can do to minimize this problem. Here are four tips to minimize eye strain when working … Read More