Websites about blindness and low vision from a health perspective. A blind person may have partial vision but is considered 'legally blind' if vision is less than a certain measurement.
Weblog serves as a commentary on issues regarding people with vision impairments.
Offers solutions and answers to questions regarding blindness, visual impairment and vision loss.
Article on the late director of the Iowa Commission for the Blind.
If you are among the more than 10 million people in North America who are visually impaired, you know how important it is to find ways to accomplish routine daily tasks.
LAB is a non-profit, community based organization dedicated to working with the blind and visually impaired. Serving the Greater Lowell, MA / Merrimack Valley community. Find the services, news, resources and contact details.
Tips on adapting board games with tactile markings, from adding Braille markings to playing cards or game tiles, to using glue to create raised lines on map boundaries.
A free US program of braille and recorded materials.
Educational library for people with print disabilities, with a 77,000-title library of taped textbooks, reference and professional materials for people who cannot read standard print because of a disability.
The free of charge project, especially for the blind, provides a possibility to perceive pictures over the tactile sense - consisting of a picture transforming multi-platform software and a tactile display, built up easily with help of the construction manual.
Portal for blind and visual impaired children. Accessible games, and remixers. Make a homepage for free with screenreader.
A source of information about books and reading, blindness and other disabilities and library services for the blind and physically handicapped.
Translates images from a camera into sounds that one hears via stereo headphones and targetting vision substitution for the totally blind.
Makes movies and television programming accessible to blind and visually impaired people through narration.
Vision information and an accessible community for people who are partially sighted or blind. Searchable database of resources, and articles.
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