Book Blurbs about Positive Vision: Enjoying the Adventures and Advantages of Poor Eyesight

"An incredibly optimistic and positive view on life. It is a pleasure to read and a fascinating biography that proves that even with very limited eyesight there is no limit to what you can achieve." 

Dr. Mark Troski

Cataract Surgeon

 

"An exhilarating and uplifting read! Drowned in the nuances of daily life, most of us always look but cannot see… In "Positive Vision", Ken shows us how to look AND see, with heaps of humour, from the heart and soul." 

Dr. Daniel Chiu

Ophthalmic Surgeon and Retinal Specialist

 

“Positive Vision”’s personal stories, insightful quotes and funny jokes elegantly demonstrate how much life could and should be lived in spite of poor eyesight. I will recommend it as a wonderful, hopeful, and inspirational read for my patients who have or fear low vision. Plus, it is a great read for anyone of any vision level, who likes adventures and biographies.

Dr. Constance Okeke

Glaucoma Specialist & Cataract Surgeon

"An upbeat read on an issue that affects everyone: eyesight. Ken speaks from real personal experience how vision impairment can impact a person’s life."  

 

Ian Wishart, CEO

The Fred Hollows Foundation

 

"Positive Vision" is a fun journey of insightful anecdotes and exciting adventures, illustrating how poor eyesight can contribute to a joyful and full life! A great read for anyone who has - or knows someone with - poor eyesight."

 

Bennie H. Jeng, MD, Professor and Chair,

Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, University of Maryland School of Medicine