Does anyone have any recommendations or news on products designed to help read food labels in supermarkets? I personally find the lettering often used on labels accompanied with the floursecent lighting often very glaring and difficult to read.
I've read a bit about pocket/wallet magnifiers online but haven't gone as far as a purchase yet.
I feel it should be the supermarket's responsibility to provide VIPs for those customers with poor eyesight - is anyone aware of any legislation that requires customer services departments to hold onto something like this? I know they ARE required by law to carry a lot of far more peculiar things!
Sorry to complain but I'm looking for a long-time problem that I'm sure doesn't only affect me!
Our office believes in low vision services and products. There is an excellent catalog of low vision products called "Independent Living Aids, Inc" you can get a catalog at 1 800 537 2118 or visit their web site at www. independentliving. com
Most metropolitan areas have someone and MD or OD that does low visual aids analysis.
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