Helpful Tips

January 04, 2019

When it comes time for a friend or family member with a visual impairment to move into your home, there are certain things you can do to make your home safe and welcoming. Some accommodations will have to be made after they move in when you have a better understanding of their individual needs. But there are some basics that can be done today to ease the transition.

Read Full Story > 7 Updates You Can Make Today to Prepare Your Home for Someone with a Visual Impairment

August 14, 2017

Imagine you have just been given the news that your eyesight will not improve. Now what do you do? Your first call should be to Future In Sight to tell us about your situation and get more information. Future In Sight is here to help anyone at any age, anywhere in New Hampshire, and with any degree of sight loss get the help they need to adjust, live, and thrive.

Read Full Story > 7 Reasons Why You Should Contact Future In Sight

February 06, 2017

The kitchen is one of the most challenging and dangerous areas of the home for people with all types of disabilities, including those with vision impairment. Fortunately, there are strategies and improvements you can make in the kitchen to improve accessibility for yourself or a loved one with impaired vision. Here’s a look at a few easy ways to make your kitchen more accessible.

Read Full Story > Improving Kitchen Accessibility for People with Vision Impairments

March 17, 2016

Vision loss, at any age, can potentially be overwhelming. That doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice doing what you love to do or giving up your independence.

Read Full Story > 7 Things You Can Do About Losing Your Vision