Braille Institute San Diego Center offers services for those with vision impairment

The hand of a blind man reads the text of a braille book
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Of the 5 senses, Americans say they would miss their eyesight the most if they were to lose it. And the number of people who are blind or visually impaired is expected to double in the U.S. to eight million by 2050. However, losing your vision does not mean giving up on the things you love to do. For over a century, the Braille Institute has been helping those with vision loss lead productive, independent, and fulfilling lives. Jay Hatfield, Regional Director for the Braille Institute San Diego Center, discusses the services adn programs offered to those with visual impairment.

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