“Our customers value the option of living independently and these products most certainly support that goal.” -Eileen Michaels, Vice President of E-Commerce
Dedham, MA (PRWEB) January 23, 2014
EasierLiving, a top home healthcare supplies provider, is pleased to announce that in honor of National Glaucoma Awareness Month, it will now offer an extensive list of low vision products to its customers. This will also support the 2.7 million Americans that suffer from this debilitating disease. The effort continues their mission to promote independent living. Along with the new products for low vision, EasierLiving is committed to provide the top information, resources and support for caregivers and sufferers of low sight.
“Low vision affects a wide range of our customers across multiple conditions,” said Eileen Michaels, Vice President of E-Commerce. In addition to Glaucoma, many common diseases such as Diabetes, Rhuematoid Arthritis and Multiple Sclerosis result in significant low vision. After dedicated research, it was determined that sufferers of low sight are in need of home healthcare products that support normal daily activities. “Our customers value the option of living independently and these products most certainly support that goal.”
EasierLiving will now offer products that range from, but not limited to, an EZ-See Keyboard, LCD Screen Magnifiers and even a large faced Picture Phone. EasierLiving is determined to provide the best low vision products that are specifically for home use to support their mission to make caregiving simplified and allow independent living.
EasierLiving.com is a one-stop online community for caregivers. Since its inception in 2012, EasierLiving is committed to make caregiving simplified. It offers top home healthcare supplies, resources and information to caregivers across the United States. With over 6,000 products available for purchase, EasierLiving covers an extensive range of health conditions and product categories. To shop for home healthcare supplies, find information and support, or to speak with a caregiving expert, visit http://www.EasierLiving.com.