legal blindness

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: blindness - vision that is 20/200 or worse in both eyes (20/200 vision is the ability to see at 20 feet what a normal eye can see at 200 feet)
blindness, cecity, sightlessness - the state of being blind or lacking sight
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1- Via Halo Top's official Facebook page eSight 3 A pair of glasses which allows the legally blind to actually see
The glasses, called eSight 3, help legally blind people or people with severe visual impairment improve their sight.
Despite being legally blind she still managed to run seven marathons on seven continents in as many days.
Alphapointe, the non-profit organization dedicated to helping individuals who are legally blind secure gainful employment, has acquired a 138,000 s/f building at 87-46 123rd Street in Richmond Hill, Queens,.
Some are born truly sightless, or qualify as legally blind.
also suffers from a vision deficit and is legally blind as well.
Josie Macapinlac, hearing and visually impaired teacher, said they have special programs designed for legally blind, deaf blind and children with multi disabilities.
Keisling, who lives in Boylston, is a veteran of MABVI's volunteer driving program, which enables blind and visually impaired people "to stay as independent as possible in their home,'' according to Mary Haroyan, MABVI's coordinator of volunteer services, who herself is legally blind.
A legally blind woman has been able to see her newborn baby boy thanks to a pair of hightech glasses, with the beautiful moment even captured on camera.
Further deterioration in his vision left him legally blind even though he was able to read with the help of visual aids.
They are designed to stop legally blind people with a small amount of residual vision from bumping into things.
After being diagnosed with Macular Degeneration and pronounced legally blind, Roz Hart is given more bad news--she must start sophomore year in a Life Skills class for Special Ed students.