New skills for changing vision
The human brain plays a major role in processing what we see. It also interprets how we understand visual information in the world around us. As a result, a brain injury or neurological event – usually caused by a stroke, head injury, nerve-damage, or tumour – can change a person’s vision and affect the way you move through the world.
Regardless of how a brain injury happens, readjusting to daily life with a change in vision can be a challenge. Our Neurological Vision Service reduces the challenges of adjusting to life by equipping you with valuable skills for day-to-day living at home and in the community. These skills ensure you can stay as independent as possible following neurological vision loss or acquired brain injury (ABI).