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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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The organisers said besides demonstrating to the world that visually impaired are as capable and competent as others they also want to convey that there is enough space for all differently abled people in the world.
This was disclosed by the Deputy Director, Special Education Centre for Visually Handicapped Children Larkana Amanullah Jakhro here on Friday.
Rohit Trivedi, Volunteer, Arushi said "Arushi has been relentlessly working for visually impaired people by developing educational, vocational and employment programs.
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Key Words: Electronic Media, Visually Impaired, Socialization, Students
Graeme Manwell, chairman of the NEVITC said: "It was fantastic to have so many players involved in the event and to see how much the visually impaired game has grown in the 12 months since we last held the competition.
An annual calendar in Braille language will be issued in the second stage of the programme to be helpful for all the visually impaired across the UAE.
80-90 pairs of hands of our volunteers we wouldn't be able to provide the level of support that we do to visually impaired and disabled people.
We uploaded the audio lessons on the forum's website and all visually impaired students nationwide can download them," Ismail said.
The primary objective for the survey was to evaluate attitudes about hiring qualified visually impaired applicants.
Caption: Members of the Namibia Federation of the Visually Impaired (NFVI) receiving the cheque from Elzita Beukes (standing far left), Communication Practitioner: Stakeholder Engagement at Bank Windhoek.
A delegation of the National Association for the Blind along with some Visually Impaired children from their school called on the Vice President of India Shri M.
Summary: Muscat: Ibd Al Baseera, an association for visually challenged students at Sultan Qaboos University (SQU), .
The composition includes a visually distinct cleansing phase comprising a surfactant component made of a branched anionic surfactant and a separate, visually distinct anhydrous benefit phase comprising at least about 50%, by weight of said benefit phase, of hydrophobic component having a Vaughan Solubility Parameter of about 5 to about 15 (cal/cm2)1/2.
This article presents the attitude of lecturers towards the visually impaired students in one of the universities in the Limpopo Province.