blindness

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the condition of not being able to see

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She has helped supply recordings of texts for years but is convinced that blind people must have access to written material.
There are 370,000 registered blind people in Britain although the total number is estimated at around two million.
Blind people have successfully become teachers, lawyers, and even members of parliament.
Currently, blind people are only eligible to claim the lower rate of just 16.
Another idea in the pipeline is to publish a newspaper for blind people, run by blind people.
The Government accepted proposals to allow blind people to claim the higher rate of Disability Living Allowance, worth an extra Au1,500 a year.
The Company has devoted seven years to the development of this exciting new technology with the goal of making art and photography available to blind people at every museum, science center and institution, first in the United States and then worldwide.
Addressing the rally, Naveed Mumtaz urged the government to facilitate blind people to enable them to spend life like normal ones.
Zubair Siddiqi requested the media to highlight the problems which are being confronted by the blind people.
The scheme will be delivered by the RNIB with the support of 37 partners including Action for Blind People, Action on Hearing Loss, Guide Dogs and Sense.
uk/gardening Herbie Yon, Area Operations Manager, Merseyside Action for Blind People, L1
NEWCASTLE Society for Blind People (NSBP) are a local charity supporting local people with sight loss in Newcastle.
Since the KAB's establishment in 1972, it has been working on integrating blind people into the Kuwaiti society and easing difficulties they are facing, he noted.
James Carey, from Action for Blind People, said: "Lily was so excited about this.
In addition to a documentary featuring stories of blind people, Darwish's photos show blind people in their houses, schools, public transport, work, and places of worship.