If you've lost an eye through a mishap, disease, or trick of genetics, the prospect of life without it may seem daunting. In reality, it may not be too much different than before with a few modifications to your lifestyle. One addition that may help you make this transition is an ocular prosthetic, also called an artificial eye. What's an ocularist? What's an ocular prosthetic and why would you need one? This book addresses these questions and more, with a foreword by Greg T. Sankey, Licensed Ocularist, B.C.O., B.A.D.O.
|Publisher:||Shadow Fusion LLC|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.16(d)|
About the Author
Justin Oldham is a legally blind writer who lives in Anchorage, Alaska. He holds bachelor's degrees in political science and history from the University of Alaska. A long-time Alaskan resident and self-described "reformed bureaucrat," Justin's many interests include collecting rare books related to the Cold War and 20th century science fiction, reading, writing, playing strategy games, and working on his numerous home improvement projects. Justin's other works include Being Legally Blind: Observations for Parents of Visually Impaired Children, the novels The Fisk Conspiracy and Bibix, and the short story collection Tales from the Kodiak Starport.
For more information about Justin and his projects, visit his website at http://www.justin-oldham.com.