What is a Visual Impairment ?
A visually impaired person’s eyesight cannot be corrected to a “normal level”.
It may be said that visual impairment is the functional limitation of the eye or eyes or the vision system such as:
- Loss of visual acuity and inability of the person to see objects as clearly as a healthy person
- Loss of visual field meaning inability of an individual to see as wide an area as the average person without moving the eyes or turning the head.
- Photophobia – inability to look at light
- Diplopia – double vision
- Visual distortion or distortion of images
- Visual perceptual difficulties or difficulties of perception
- Or any combination of the above features
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