Being blind is often thought of as the complete inability for someone to see, but that only makes up a small percentage of the 285 million people across the globe with visual impairments. Generally speaking, someone with a visual acuity of 20/400 even with the best-corrected vision, is considered blind. To learn more about this condition, find resources, and connect with others with visual impairments, check out the content below.  

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Our resource center is a great place to find information about needs, whether it is information about a particular issue, or to improve the quality of life of you or a loved one. These resources will constantly be growing, providing you with valuable information!

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In here, you can find services for the different need types, which includes need specialists, professional development counselors, and accessibilty experts.

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