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Program helps visually impaired navigate NYC - Eighteen-year-old Ker Deng is exploring the streets of Manhattan, learning to use his cane to guide him, as part of his vision rehabilitation training at Lighthouse International.
Seeing the way: Family inspires visually impaired runner to go the distance - Adrian Broca runs marathons, Adrian Broca is legally blind, and Adrian Broca is an Olympic athlete. Most of all, however, Adrian Broca is proof that nothing is impossible.
For the blind, by the blindfolded - Yours Truly Theater put on a unique play where the actors were blindfolded and their audience was either blindfolded if they were normally sighted, or were visually impaired.
UNR video game project to offer exercise for children who are blind - A research project at the University of Nevada, Reno has received a grant to explore how video exercise games can be played without using visual feedback so the visually impaired, especially adolescents, can improve their health through increased activity.
Poland’s central bank issues coin in Braille - Poland’s central bank has just issued a coin with markings in Braille, as part of a broader initiative by the bank called “Accessible Finance”.