One of the most frequently asked questions from people ...
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With a welcomed emphasis on accessibility and inclusion, numerous companies now offer specialized support services
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When a visual impairment makes reading screen text, on a mobile phone or tablet, an
From time to time, we like to remind our readers that they can not only
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As summer kicks off, let’s be mindful about taking steps to prevent accidental injury to
If you have not already developed the habit of protecting your eyes from the harmful
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The ability to ask for help does not come naturally to everyone, not even to
Planning is pivotal to successfully navigating many of life’s experiences and particularly important when traveling
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Emotional well-being is no longer the hidden stigma it once was.  As we slowly begin
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If you are a patient with age-related macular degeneration (AMD), or you know someone who
Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD), started in 2012 and is celebrated on the third Thursday
Almost any degree of vision loss can make reading an arduous activity.  Small text, low

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