Visually Impaired

  • (adj): Visual impairment resulting from faulty refraction of light rays in the eye.
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Some articles on visually impaired, impaired:

Louisiana School For The Visually Impaired
... Louisiana School for the Visually Impaired (LSVI) is a K-12 state-operated school located at 1120 Government Street in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States ... The school has both blind and other visually impaired students ...
Cross-country Skiing At The 1976 Winter Paralympics - Medal Summary
... km men 3x5 km relay men - women 3x10 km relay men Each event had separate standing, or visually impaired classifications I - standing, single leg amputation above the ...
Lafayette High School (Louisiana) - Academic Programs - Programs For The Handicapped
... Lafayette Parish Public Schools provides programs and resources to support hearing impaired, visually impaired, and mentally challenged students ... Services for visually impaired students include providing instruction in Braille the use of Low Vision aids and the use of large print materials ... utilized in conjunction with the Louisiana Instructional Materials Center for the Visually Impaired ...
Hadley School For The Blind - New Initiatives - Blinded Veterans Initiative
... The goal of this new initiative is to educate and inspire blind or visually impaired veterans to pursue their personal and professional goals and help support their ... Visually impaired veterans, through Hadley's Adult Continuing Education Program, and their family members, through the Family Education Program, can enroll in the school's ... for Entrepreneurship (FCE), designed to provide individuals who are visually impaired with the knowledge, resources and networking opportunities to advance in their ...

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