Light for sight

2015

‘Light for Sight’ was developed by Thomas Pocklington Trust with the College of Occupational Therapists and outlines the significance of improving lighting in the home to facilitate the activities of daily living and meaningful occupations of people who have visual impairments.

Although the resource has been designed as a CPD module for Occupational Therapists, it contains useful information for most frontline professionals working with blind and partially sighted people. The module can either be delivered as a one hour group session or completed as an individual.

The learning outcomes for the module are:

  • To be aware of the extent of and principal causes of visual impairment in the older population.
  • To understand how visual impairment affects daily activities of daily living and meaningful occupation.
  • To understand the relationship between lighting and vision and how to maximise vision by improving lighting conditions.

 

Light for Sight Links:

 PowerPoint

Supporting Notes

 

If you require a copy of the PowerPoint presentation in Word format, or any of the materials in an accessible format, please contact: Research@pocklington-trust.org.uk

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