As per the CDC report published recently apart from other deadly diseases, vision impairment is as well a serious health concern in the developing parts of the world. Precisely, only in US almost 2.9 million adult people are suffering from the vision loss. The report has suggested that approximately about 1.8 million non-institutionalized elderly report some or the other difficulty with basic activity such as bathing, dressing, walking, etc. just because of their visual impairment. National studies are indicating that the vision loss is associated with the higher prevalence of chronic health conditions, fall and injuries as well as depression and social isolation. The issue needs to be tackled carefully because some types of impairments can increase the risk of falls and fractures or if untreated for longer period of time, can also lead to blindness.