This study investigated the effectiveness of the Seniors’ Eye Rehabilitation (SEER) pilot program, a home-based visual rehabilitation therapy conducted by specialised low-vision occupational therapists. It involved participants recruited from a low-vision clinic in Singapore and utilised interventions such as daily living retraining, mobility training, and education. Participants established personalised goals, and the study used various outcome measures to assess progress. Results indicated that the SEER program led to significant improvements in activity limitations, participation restrictions, and well-being.
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