Title: Statistics about Seniors with Vision Loss
Citation Type: Miscellaneous
Publication Year: 2016
Abstract: Previous editions of the Navigator have presented national-level data about people with vision loss for the entire U.S. population, [school-aged children], and [infants and toddlers]. Now, we will focus on one of the largest demographic concentrations of people who are blind/visually impaired: older Americans. Various agencies and studies have focused on the aging population, and (if you are a regular reader of the Navigator) you won’t be surprised to learn that no single age range “defines” the senior population. For the purposes of this Navigator, we will focus on people ages . . .
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Publisher: American Foundation for the Blind
Data Collections: IPUMS NHIS
Topics: Aging and Retirement, Health