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Program allows visually impaired to view Reagan Library’s Discovery Center - Students from the Braille Institute had the opportunity to experience democracy in action during an inaugural program designed for the visually impaired at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum.
Goalball ace Goodall sets his sights on Paralympic glory - For Simon Goodall, London 2012 will be his first taste of playing at the Paralympics, and he is waiting to grab the opportunity with both hands and fulfill a life-long dream.
Homemade good: Blindness doesn’t stop Neenah woman from helping others - Jackie Keck Vial lost her vision to macular degeneration six years ago and despite the setback, she still knits and crochets mittens, blankets and other items for hospitals and nonprofit organizations.
House call: Visually impaired curling - Aside from being a life sport, curling is also easily accessible to those with disabilities, including the visually impaired.
Visually impaired artists share how they ‘see’ the world - Artwork by visually impaired artists is on display now through August 2012 at the seventh annual Shared Visions International Art Exhibit at the Southern California College of Optometry.