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How should I deal with vision loss?

On Behalf of | Oct 11, 2022 | Career-ending Injuries |

An at-work injury that robs you of your sight is life-changing. Not only will it likely end your career, but it also will completely change your day-to-day life.

The Cleveland Clinic explains you will need to make adjustments in how you do everything from getting dressed to how you earn a living. It can be a major change, but if you take the right steps, you can learn to live with your new normal.

Get help

The first thing you have to accept is that you will need help. You will have to have someone assist you with daily tasks until you are able to do them on your own. It is also important to seek therapy. This situation is a major disruption of your life and it is a real loss that you will grieve. You need to talk to someone and work through the feelings you will experience. Do not be afraid or upset about needing help during this adjustment period.

Learn more

You should learn more about your injury. Find out more about living with vision loss. Arming yourself with information will help you regain some power and control over what you are going through. Knowledge really is the key to moving forward. Becoming involved with the community will enable you to find support and learn things that will help you to live a better life moving forward.

Going blind due to an injury will disrupt your life. There is no getting around that. But you can rebuild and move forward. It is possible to have a full and rewarding life as long as you embrace the change and learn everything you can about your new situation.


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