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Sight loss

Sight loss

A person with sight loss is seeing much less or may see nothing at all. Different eye conditions create different difficulties. Very few people are totally blind. Some have a perception of light only; some have a loss of vision in the centre of their eye, others have no peripheral vision. Some see everything as a blur, while others have blank spots. Some people with sight loss have enough vision to read but may have difficulty with night vision. Don’t assume that a person who has enough vision to do one thing can see enough to do everything.

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