A different way to think about saving vision in inherited retinal diseases may be to turn rods into cones.
The Seedlings Book Angel Program shares books in braille with visually impaired children in the United States and Canada. Each child receives their choice of three free books when they register with the program.
"When you received your, or your child’s, diagnosis you might have felt as if in the desert; alone and no idea which direction is the right one."
NFB joins forces with Amazon to improve Kindle accessibility for blind students
A recent JHU study shows blind people use visual cortex while solving math problems
Find out how you can help raise money for a SMART Brailler and stay tuned for details on how YOU can enter to WIN the brailler once the fundraiser is complete!
The exciting new design incorporates braille and sound for Rio's 2016 Paralympic Games!
A new pilot app from Boston Children's Hospital allows doctors in their Ophthalmology Department to remotely monitor patients after surgery for strabismus.