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  It would be completely reasonable to expect that reading the news on a mobile
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  Loss of focus doesn’t only happen in the eyes, it also happens in the
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Many rise to the challenge of vision loss, but very few break world records and
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Finding the right gift, for someone who has a visual impairment, can be complicated.  Great
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There is a term related to vision loss that is misunderstood and chronically misinterpreted. Most
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One of the dreaded benchmarks for a person with progressive vision loss, is the inability
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Volunteerism is alive and well as demonstrated every day in the Be My Eyes app. 
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For people who are visually impaired, learning to use the iPhone’s gesture based screen reader,
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There’s something about the name “Accessible Pharmacy” that gives you a sense of ease. It
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  It should come as no surprise that the voice-activated smart speaker is a favorite
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You don’t necessarily have to be of a certain age, or have a serious visual
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It is often said that vision loss affects your eyes, not your brain. We know



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