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Living with AMD

What AMD means to you

A diagnosis of age-related macular degeneration doesn’t necessarily mean you will experience a complete loss of vision. AMD can, however, mean changes in everyday life. A significant loss of central vision can make activities like reading, driving, and watching television very difficult. But since peripheral vision isn’t directly affected by macular degeneration, independent living should still be possible with the help of visual aids and rehabilitation.

The Eye Club® can help

One of the best ways to gain access to support and resources for living with macular degeneration is to join the Eye Club®. FREE membership brings you the latest news about AMD, helpful tips and tools, and savings on eye health products. Why not join today? Sign Up

So can the CNIB

The Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB), a leading voice for vision-impaired Canadians, also has a number of programs and resources available.

For more details, call 1-800-563-2642, or visit the CNIB website.