Florida students with visual impairments swim with dolphins

08/2/2010 | News Herald (Panama City, Fla.)

Teenagers with visual impairments swam with dolphins at a Florida theme park as part of a nonprofit's transitional-skills summer program. The program arranged the event to reward students who shown the most dedication to their work during the program. "They worked to get points and develop different daily living skills or assisted-technology skills," their teacher said.

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