Goals with limited vision: A qualitative study of coping with vision-related goal interference in midlife
This paper was a qualitative cross-sectional study that investigated how middle-aged adults manage their goal pursuits in the face of visual disability. Strategies studied include practical use of aids (e.g., magnifiers) as well as coping processes (e.g., social support).
Boerner, K., & Wang, S. (2012). Goals with limited vision: A qualitative study of coping with vision-related goal interference in midlife. Clinical Rehabilitation, 26(1), 81-93.