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Our sensory systems are steadily losing their sharpness as we age. Sensory loss for older adults puts them at risk of sensory deficiency because our brain needs a minimum amount of feedback to stay alert and functional. Serious sensory impairments can result in actions similar to dementia and psychosis, such as increased disorientation and confusion, such as in vision or hearing. This risk is enhanced by added restraints, such as bed containment or a Geri-chair. The sensory deprived person may turn to repetitive problem behaviours (calling out, singing, rhythmic pounding/rocking) with nothing to indicate the passage of time, or changes in the environment, as an effort to reduce the sense of deprivation and generate internal stimulation/sensations. This paper is the first in a series of three papers addressing the major sensory changes that accompany ageing and considering the appropriate behavioural changes or accommodations to be made by clinicians, paraprofessionals, and family caregivers who work with older adults. While medical conditions are not fully reviewed, the intent of this article is to present many of the ideas, values, and approaches to behavioural health that can affect our caregiving roles. Age-related visual changes are discussed in this report.