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Visually impaired man embarking on 100-mile quest - Simon Wheatcroft of Rossington, England is on a mission - visually impaired himself, he is setting out on a 100-mile run to help save the sight of hundreds of children.
Ontario government offers new ID card - Some visually impaired residents are applauding the Ontario government’s decision to begin offering what it calls the “non-drivers driver’s license.”
Texas middle school students in national Braille contest - Merlyn Hileman and Harley Fetterman are among the 60 finalists culled out of a field of some 850 competitors headed to the national Braille Challenge in Los Angeles on June 25th.
Program teaches ballet to the visually impaired - Last year, New View Oklahoma teamed with City Arts Center and the ballet to offer a week of dance instruction to visually impaired children - this year they expanded the program for adults as well.
Virginia woman to start adaptive tennis league - Jody Silverberg is starting up an adaptive tennis league - specific provisions for someone who is visually impaired will include sound-adaptive balls that allow people to hear where they land better than regular tennis balls.