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Consumer Factsheet: How can colours support movement of people with ageing eyes or impaired sight?

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Authors Bridge, C., Lukman, A.
Published
Audience Consumers
ISBN 9780733437106
DOI 10.4227/169/5a8b6f23d3894

This factsheet explains how colours can be used to assist people with ageing eyes or impaired sight, to move safely and independently around their home. Colours can help you with recognising objects, sharing your thoughts with others, finding your way, and improving your mood.


Table of Contents

Why is colour important for ageing eyes or impaired sight?
What colours are good for ageing eyes or impaired sight?
Conclusion
Colour Application Checklist
Where can I find more information?


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