Common Visual Problems Following Stroke
The following link to The Stroke Association provides information relating to common visual problems following a stroke.
For patients that are experiencing a type of peripheral vision loss called HOMONYMOUS HEMIANOPIA the following information leaflet may be useful. Homonymous Hemianopia affects the peripheral vision of BOTH eyes on the same side:
For patients that are experiencing VISUAL NEGLECT which affects an individual’s awareness of the world, the following information leaflet may be useful:
For patients struggling with REDUCED VISION the following information might prove useful:
Information on how to access web-based therapy for Visual Field loss and Neglect can be found here:
Web based therapy for Visual Field loss and Visual Neglect
For patients struggling with EYE MOVEMENT PROBLEMS the following information might prove useful: