Steven Hooper, Guest Author

Steven Hooper works as a production manager of office furniture and is also an actor in Lancashire, England. He was diagnosed with progressive keratoconus when he was 10 years old, had a corneal transplant in one eye, and now uses contact lenses to manage his keratoconus.

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BlogSteven Hooper
July 5, 2018

Staying Active and Playing Sports with Keratoconus

Being diagnosed with keratoconus was scary, but I was determined to grow up as a normal kid and to continue staying active and playing sports with keratoconus. I was in…
BlogSteven Hooper
June 21, 2018

How I’m Managing My Contact Lenses for Keratoconus

I was only 10 years old when I was diagnosed with keratoconus 25 years ago. I remember one of the first things doctors told me was that I would need to…