visually impaired

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visually impaired

Euph. blind or partly blind. I am visually impaired, but I like TV just as much as the next person. The disease left him visually impaired.
See also: impaired
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B1 champion Kelly Cron-|in from York is presented with her award by Ian Baggett, trustee of sponsors the Adderstone Foundation, after her victory at the North East Visually Impaired Tennis Championships (above) and (left) players on one of the coaching camps for visually-impaired tennis players staged at the Northumberland Club in Jesmond
The Braille calendar will help the visually impaired follow the right timing of prayers, as well as Iftar and Imsak.
Providing sighted professionals the experience of working beside IT experts, who are blind or visually impaired, to demonstrate how together they can succeed;
As a result, NIB developed an education campaign to change perceptions in the business community of the abilities of people who are visually impaired.
The Prime Minister said all stakeholders including the government,media, civil society organizations, and society at large have a responsibility to ensure that arrangements are put in place for facilitating visually handicapped in all spheres of life.
Sharjah Islamic Bank has launched the first visually impaired friendly Automated Teller Machine (ATM) in the country and region.
She said: "It is not an easy career to choose, especially for the visually impaired, but it is something which you can achieve a very high standard and some success and recognition, which is quite hard for anybody these days, but particularly for a visually impaired person.
However, Visually Brilliant says they can also combine both Twitter and YouTube marketing services to a person's social media campaign which will give them a monumental edge over their competition.
These visually impaired persons took part under the banner of Saksham Disability, a voluntary forum in the Delhi Dash 2011 organized by Cougair in which 40 cars took part.
The court refused to show leniency to the convict on the ground that he was visually challenged.
Wendy Glasper organised the "Have a Go Day" with other visually impaired adults, who thoroughly enjoyed their tennis taster session.
Abu Dhabi Organisations in the UAE should provide short training programmes to help improve the capabilities of visually challenged individuals who have the right to excel in their organisations, a visually challenged senior Emirati official has said.
Others recognised in the list included physical therapist Narendra Mehta, who lost his sight at the age of one, and received an MBE for services to visually impaired Asian people.
The Wayne County Community College District is working to help the visually impaired develop an appreciation for art with a cutting edge educational program.
Computer company IBM (NYSE:IBM) has unveiled new technology which helps blind and visually impaired people experience streaming video and animation on the Internet.