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Unformatted text preview: Braille and print; all rely primarily on vision
for learning. Individuals with low vision may or may not be legally
blind. Functionally blind describes individuals who typically use Braille
for efficient reading and writing. They may rely on their ability to use
functional vision for other tasks, such as moving through the
environment or sorting items by color. Thus, they use their limited
vision to supplement the combination of tactile and auditory learning
methods. Totally blind describes those individuals who do not receive
meaningful input through the visual sense. These individuals use
tactile and auditory means to learn about their environment, and
they generally read Braille. The Functional Vi...
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This document was uploaded on 03/29/2014 for the course ESE 380 at N. Arizona.
- Fall '09