Losing your eyesight is one of the most difficult things you could ever go through. It is commonly accompanied by feelings of grief, depression, and despair. However, there is absolutely no reason for the days ahead to be dark, simply because you can no longer see well.
What follows is a list of things you can do to help adjust to having pour eyesight. Not only will these suggestions keep your mind off the loss of your vision, but they will help you cope and adapt to a new way of doing things.
April 2, 2020. All our staff are healthy, and Future Aids remains proudly open. Regular office hours remain in full effect through Good Friday, but will be reduced after Easter in response to decreased demand. Due to plastic shortages in our area we have run out of book covers, so will be binding books with dual Braille paper covers until the middle of May. Though we aren't expecting incoming shipments any time soon, we still have plenty of inventory on hand to fulfill orders. As usual, any products that are out of stock will be clearly marked as such on the website. Though we are shipping orders promptly (within one business day of receipt), carrier delivery times may be longer than usual. We thank you for your patronage throughout this difficult time, and look forward to serving you for many years to come.
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