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Doctor and patient during appointment

Maximise the time with your eye specialist

Every person’s journey with wet AMD is different, so it’s important to have the right information at the right time to help you have better conversations with medical professionals. 

Take a short questionnaire to receive your tailored discussion guide. 

Checklist for caregivers

How a carer can assist someone with vision loss

As a caregiver for someone with AMD, your ongoing support is critical to helping your loved one cope with this long-term, progressive disease. Here's a checklist you can use and adapt for medical appointments, daily tasks and for working with your loved one's broader eye care team.

Caring for yourself while you care for others

Keep your physical and emotional energy strong

While being a caregiver is rewarding, it can also be stressful and demanding at times. Looking after someone with vision loss requires a lot of physical and emotional energy, and so while you care for someone else, it is important to also look after yourself.

Supporting your loved one through positive communication

Tools and techniques for constructive conversations

Caregivers play an important role in the lives of those affected by AMD, not only through help with daily activities, but through emotional support as well. Here are some tools and techniques to help facilitate positive and supportive conversations with your loved one as they adjust to a new reality with vision loss.

Page-Specific Approval Code UK | February 2021 | 108876