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The white cane is a symbol of strength and independence for blind and visually impaired people.  According to the American Council of the Blind, the white cane was first introduced in the United States…
VABVI, VSA VT and the Flynn Center have come together with a mission to seek artists who create artwork that is of high quality, demonstrates originality and imagination. We are inviting Vermont artists,…
VABVI’s Peer Assisted Learning and Support Groups are an amazing forum for adult clients to share ideas and feelings about vision loss in a group setting. PALS meetings are held in 14 different counties…
Cortical Visual Impairment:“Cortical visual impairment (CVI) is a neurological disorder, which results in unique visual responses to people, educational materials, and to the environment. When students…
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