blindness

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the condition of not being able to see

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They have the Visor program to admit you as a patient for 10 days and they teach you everything you need to know as a legally blind person.
This Servmart employs three people, including one who is legally blind, and provides quality SKILCRAFT[R] and other AbilityOne products to more than 4,000 military, civilian and industry professionals on base.
Sarah Thomas, a secretary who is also legally blind, added, "When I started losing my sight, I was devastated.
He then shot Curtis in the neck when Curtis broke into the house--pretty impressive self-defense for a guy who has been legally blind for the past 61 years.
applies her years of experience educating visually impaired children in the updated second edition of Children with Visual Impairments, a jargon-free resource especially for parents of children who are blind, legally blind, or have low vision.
He's legally blind now and it's hard to get out much anymore, Leon says.
And GOP incumbent Robert Ehrlich chose Kristen Cox as his running mate; the legally blind state Secretary of the Department of Disabilities.
After several surgeries on a detached retina that got worse after every trip to Mississippi, Rather is now legally blind in her right eye.
Current OVIG president Jim Hamilton says their mandate is to bring the game of golf to Ontario residents who are legally blind.
Caitlin is also legally blind and hearing impaired.
Several years ago I was commissioned to hook a rug for a friend who is legally blind.
This study provides information relevant to this activity by examining demographic and other factors associated with the homemaker closure of VR clients who are legally blind.
A Year Of Sundays: Taking The Plunge (and Our Cat) To Explore Europe is the personal travelogue account of Edward Webster who, along with Marguerite, his legally blind wife of 28 years, and his 16-year-old cat, toured France, Holland, Austria, Greece, Italy, and Spain much in a manner reminecent of the "Grand Tours" of the 19th century upper classes.
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) provides rehabilitation services to legally blind veterans.
Her tax refund arrived soon after she came home, and Parks, a lifelong Catholic who had suffered from degenerative myopia since birth--a condition that has left her legally blind from optical hemorrhages--says God led her to her next decision.