National Eye Health Education Program (NEHEP)

Low Vision Radio Public Service Announcements (PSAs)

Low Vision

Radio Public Service Announcements
(PSAs)

60-second scripts

Precious Gifts

Your vision. It’s one of the most precious gifts you have. But as you age, it can fail because of eye disease, leaving you with what is called low vision. Regular eyeglasses won’t help low vision. But there are many programs and devices that can. Vision rehabilitation can help you learn new ways of doing things, at home and on the job. You can learn to use assistive devices to help you adapt to your vision loss. Special glasses will help you read and write, even see things far away. There are talking books and audio clocks that will keep you entertained and informed. You can also learn to use new technology like computer programs that enlarge words and pictures and video machines that can enlarge images. Large-type versions of books and magazines are available as well. There are many ways to help people with low vision help themselves to lead a full and productive life. To get a free booklet from the National Eye Institute visit www.nei.nih.gov/lowvision.


15-second scripts

Make the Most of Your Sight

As you age, your vision can fail because of eye disease, leaving you with what is called low vision. But there are many vision rehabilitation programs, services, and devices that can help you lead a full and productive life. Ask your eye care professional. It’s your vision. Make the most of it. For more information from the National Eye Institute visit www.nei.nih.gov/lowvision.


It’s Your Vision

Does your vision make it hard to read, shop, cook, or see the TV or street signs? If your vision can’t be corrected even with standard glasses, contact lenses, surgery, or medicine, you may have low vision. Ask your eye care professional if vision rehabilitation can help you live more safely and independently. It’s your vision. Make the most of it. For more information from the National Eye Institute visit www.nei.nih.gov/lowvision.


30-second scripts

Make the Most of Your Sight

As you age, your vision can fail because of eye disease, leaving you with what is called low vision. Standard glasses, contact lenses, medicine, or surgery may not help. But there are many vision rehabilitation programs, services, and devices that can help you continue to lead a full and productive life.

Vision rehabilitation can help you learn new ways of doing things, at home and on the job. You can learn to use assistive devices to adapt to your low vision. Ask your eye care professional. It’s your vision. Make the most of it. For more information from the National Eye Institute visit www.nei.nih.gov/lowvision.


Live More Safely and Independently

Does your vision make it hard to read, shop, cook, or see the TV or street signs? If your vision can’t be corrected, even with standard glasses, contact lenses, medicine, or surgery, you may have low vision. Vision rehabilitation can help you live more safely and independently. It combines training, career counseling, support, and adaptive and visual devices to make the most of your remaining vision. Ask your eye care professional. It’s your vision. Make the most of it. For more information from the National Eye Institute visit www.nei.nih.gov/lowvision.