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What Is A Cataract?
A cataract is a natural lens that becomes cloudy, or less than clear. Catar...
5 Keys to Comfort for Visually Impaired Travelers
Planning is pivotal to successfully navigating many of life’s experiences...
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Raising Accessibility Awareness
Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD), started in 2012 and is celebrate...
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Google's On The 'Lookout'
Not very long ago, news about developing technologies for people visually i...
Adjusting Your Home For Vision Loss
You know coping with vision impairments is a topic of the times when it’s...
Join Us May 17, 2018 At MEETH
Accessibility Resources for People with Visual Impairments   The M...
Learning at Any Age with Vision Loss
The path of least resistance is rarely the best route anywhere. There are u...
Should Floaters and Flashes Concern Patients?
To understand why floaters and flashes happen, you first need to review a l...
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AAO Video: Technologies for Patients with Low Vision
In a recent video from the American Academy of Ophthalmology, Drs. Mary Lou...
Microsoft Soundscape 2018, A Review of What It Can Do
Microsoft is clearly on a mission to advance accessibility for people with ...


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