• 31 JUL 17
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    What it’s like to kayak the Grand Canyon BLIND!

      The following is excerpted from NO BARRIERS: A Blind Man’s Journey to Kayak the Grand Canyon by Erik Weihenmayer and Buddy Levy. Copyright (c) 2017 by the authors and reprinted by permission of Thomas Dunne Books, an imprint of St. Martin’s Press, LLC. Rising the next morning, I tried to force down some breakfast on a

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    • 05 JAN 15
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    What is Low Vision

    Low vision is the reduction in vision that can’t be fully corrected by using conventional eyeglasses and interferes with daily activities requiring both near and far vision.   Low vision is different from blindness, as a blind person doesn’t have any sight at all; however a low vision patient has some remaining useful sight. A

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    • 17 JAN 17
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    Two Blind Brothers…

    Two legally blind brothers create an apparel company with a mission to help fight blindness. At a young age, Bradford and Bryan Manning were both diagnosed with Stargardt’s Disease, a low vision condition that causes blindness over time. This condition has inspired a special vigilance for details, a passion that carries over into the constructionRead more →
    • 06 FEB 15
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    Twin Sisters Saved By Low Vision Doctor

    Twin Sisters Saved By Low Vision Doctor

    Having an identical twin is a little like having an echo of yourself. You’re not identical, not really. You have different opinions, prefer different foods. But there’s also a commonality most siblings don’t have. You share some of the same strengths and talents. And maybe some things that aren’t so great.

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