Identify what is meant by the term ‘low vision’ or ‘visual impairment’ and discuss how these definitions or models apply to the patient in the associated case study.

Aims of the essay:• Identify what is meant by the term ‘low vision’ or ‘visual impairment’ anddiscuss how these definitions or models apply to the patient in the associatedcase study. (PROVIDED IN ADDITIONAL MATERIALS UNDER CASE STUDY PATIENT HAS WET MACULAR DEGENERATION)• Critically reflect upon how these terms or models are underpinned by, orcontrast, psycho-social models and frameworks relating to impairment and thelived experience of a person.• Using an appropriate evidence base, discuss the pathophysiology presenting inthe associated patient, and evaluate its impact on the patient’s visual function.• Evaluate what the evidence base suggests about the long-term prognosis forthe patient.• Utilising the evidence identified, link the patient’s reported issues with theirdaily lived experience, to the pathophysiology and its impact on visual function.Introduction (Max 10% of wordcount). This should not be ‘descriptive’, and should beused to orientate and grab the reader.Main Body Discussion: This should address the aims listed above, and address thelearning outcomes stated.Conclusion (Max 10% of wordcount). State the conclusions that have been drawnfrom the evidence presented – do not make this just descriptive.A Critical Reflection of your involvement in the managementof the patient, how this might be improved and what youhave learned from this assessment. It is often helpful for youto use multiple reflective cycles but do not waste wordsexplaining the theory of the cycle you have used.Include your strengths and weaknesses, and evaluate yourown practice and that of others, using multiple frames ofreference. Consider actions and alternative future actionsAppendices must include a copy of the associated case record, or the submission willbe marked as incomplete. Students may also include full details of their completedreflective cycles, and /or a full action plan following their reflection. N.B., with theexception of the case record, no marks are awarded to content within the appendices:elements are included to support the main body of the piece.References are required for all statements. Forming a true academic discussion, withthe most contemporary, reliable and credible, relevant sources, is the key toachieving distinction grades. If a source discusses, let us says, an approach to patientcentred care, are there other sources that support their thinking/research? Or, arethere other researchers that disagree? That is an academic discussion.I WILL PROVIDE YOU WITH THE CASE RECORD WHICH IS BASED ON A PATIENT WITH WET MACULAR DEGENERATION, I WILL PROVIDE YOU WITH 3 EXEMPLARS PLEASE DO NOT REWORD OR COPY OR PARAPHRASE THESE