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Max Ivey Selected For 2016 Amtrak Writers in Residence Program
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On Our Blogs
- New Research Examines the Risk of Serious Eye Infection After Eye Injection Treatments for Macular Degeneration and Diabetic Eye Disease
by Maureen Duffy on 7/26/2016
- My Journey: Coping with Dry Eye Syndrome
by Holly Bonner on 7/18/2016
- Notes on Blindness: A Remarkable Film about Professor John Hull's Experience of Blindness Receives Strong Reviews
by Maureen Duffy on 7/11/2016
- The Bookshelf: Reading Books on Blindness and Learning About the Experiences of Others
by Audrey Demmitt on 7/26/2016
- Getting Selected for the 2016 Amtrak Writers in Residency Program
by Max Ivey on 7/17/2016
- Summertime Fun
by Mary Hiland on 7/11/2016
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- Leading a Support Group? - 2 replies
- Charles Bonnet Syndrome - 9 replies
- How Can a Support Group Help in Adjusting to Visual Impairment? - 5 replies
- Sensible Solutions for Everyday Living with Vision Loss - 16 subjects
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New on VisionAware
- Free, open-source screen reader is the focus of a new online tutorial series by the American Foundation for the Blind
- New Research on Blood Sugar Control and Diabetic Retinopathy
- New Getting Started Tip Sheet on Hearing and Vision Loss
- Largest Study of Age-Related Macular Degeneration in Latino Population Analyzes the Effect of the Disease on Quality of Life
- New Research Indicates that Number of Older Americans with Visual Impairment or Blindness Is Expected To Double By 2050
- Read our newest VisionAware Newsletter
- New Research on Glare Protection from Automobile Side Windows