Now Available – An eBook on Stories of Eye Loss

Paul and Jenny Geelen, Artificial Eyes - Stories of Eye LossWe have been working towards publishing an eBook on stories of eye loss, and now it is here.

These stories come from our clients, with each one giving insight into the emotional experience of losing an eye. What these stories reveal is the vast array of emotions that can surface during and after eye loss. They provide a wealth of information about that seemingly unanswerable question: “what is it like to lose an eye?”.

You can purchase the book and download it – just click on the icon to start the process.

We’d like to say a big thank you to our clients who contributed to the eBook, and to Julia, who compiled it for us.  

More information on Emotional Response To Eye Loss.
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