Dealing With Vision Loss offers information all in one place for people who are experiencing vision loss, family members whose parent, friend or sibling is experiencing vision loss and for parents of children who were born with a significant vision loss. Dealing With Vision Loss will help family members understand how the person who is losing his or her sight is feeling and perhaps explain some of theirown uneasiness with regard to vision loss. Dealing With Vision Loss will provide you, the person who is experiencing vision loss with hope and answers and a path through this sometimes overwhelming challenge of vision loss. Dealing With Vision Loss offers information on: using computers, how to make use of large print or talking software and why; whether to use large print or Braille; and making a decision as to whether to use a cane or to get a dog guide Dealing With Vision Loss offers an extensive resource list which covers everything from where to find: large print address books and playing cards, magnifiers;large print and talking watches and brailled greeting cards. Dealing With Vision Loss will explain to parents what are the most important skills for their children who are blind to acquire before beginning school. Dealing With Vision Loss offers a short course on being a guide for a blind person and can also serve as a training tool for volunteers and individuals who find themselves working with blind people for the first time as a guide or just assisting an individual with reading, shopping or signing papers and is an excellent resource for social workers, nurses, and other professionalswho come in contact with those of us who are blind from time to time.