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Helping visually impaired seniors

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As people age, different medical problems can occur.  For some,  maintaining good eyesight can be difficult.  As Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Ashley Goodus reports, the Independence with Low Vision service tries to help elderly people who have visual impairments, and keep them living on their own:

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