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Here are the top ten articles for the Vision Issues Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Understanding a Visionless Conversation
Conversation without vision sounds simple, right. Try one of the exercises in this article and find out. In addition, what I’ve learned about listening and communicating after twelve years of living with vision loss.
2. Access Note App from AFB Review
The Access Note App from the American Foundation for the blind provides an easy method for the vision impaired to record notes using an Apple I-Phone and other technology. The App is reasonably priced. Find out more…
3. Is Ocuvite Lutein Eye Supplement Helpful?
Who should take Ocuvite? Ocuvite a multi-vitamin supplement when taken can replace missing nutrients necessary for maintaining healthy eyes. Is Ocuvite a supplement you should take for your vision issue?
4. Choosing a Cane
5 things to consider when choosing a white cane.
5. Sony Digital Recorder Review
A review of my experience learning to use a Sony Digital Recorder. How difficult was it for a blind person to use the recorder?
6. Choosing a White Cane Advantages and Disadvantages
How does a visually impaired person choose the correct white cane? What criteria are necessary for choosing the right cane? How much should you pay for a cane? I include information I obtained from trial and error from years of traveling with white canes plus identify my favorite type of cane.
7. JAWS Certification Program
How much do you know about JAWS? Take the certification and find out. Here’s some information about the exam from Freedom Scientific.
8. Effective Pediatric Vision Screening Methods
How does an ophthalmologists screen the vision of an infant? How can parents of newborn infants use household items to test the development of a child vision as young as six months? Where can you view two video clips dealing with infant visual development from the popular DVD, “What Can Babies Do?”
9. How to Offer Help to a Blind Person
You exit a store, turn to walk down the sidewalk, look up and see a blind person with a white cane approaching, What should you do? Do you offer help or walk silently pass the person? You are in the grocery store and see a blind person alone, Should you offer assistance or not? You should…
10. Easy Home Eye Exam for Children, Teens, and Adult
Have you had your vision tested lately? You should have a vision exam every two years. An easy home eye exam is available for children three years and up, teens, and adults. Don’t wait another minute learn how to test your loved ones vision at home. Early detection can prevent vision loss.
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