When Rose Codeglia, 81, began losing her vision in 1992, she lost hope and sank into a deep depression.
In April, she found new hope by attending the newly formed sight impaired support group at the Douglas County Senior Center.
"The meetings gave me a new hope. I thought there are other people who live independently, why can't I? I came away thinking I can do a lot of stuff myself," she said. "Not everybody wants to talk about losing their vision. To me, it's very helpful. I'm very thankful."
The support group meets 10:30 a.m. the first Thursday of …