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Vision is a critical distance sense impacting children who are deaf-blind. The degree of vision loss varies among these children. This section focuses primarily on vision as well as reported vision loss among this population of children. Retinal Degenerative Disease, Cortical Visual Impairment, Orientation and Mobility, Functional Vision and other vision related topics are addressed in separate sections of selected topics.

Children Who Are Deaf-Blind

American Foundation for the Blind - Helen Keller: An Introduction

BraillePlay: Educational Smartphone Games for Blind Children

Eye Conditions and Educational Considerations

Eye Examinations and Vision Specialists

Northeast Regional Center for Vision Education Professional Development Multi-Media Presentations

Perkins Scout

Simulation of Vision Conditions

Structure and Function of the Eye

Vision Bibliography

Vision Organizations and Resources

Visual Fields Webcast

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