Summer courses teach independence to people with visual impairments

08/2/2010 | Billings Gazette (Mont.)

Teenagers and adults with visual impairments are learning skills they need to lead more independent lives in four-week-long sessions offered through the Montana Association for the Blind Summer Orientation Program. Courses in Braille, assistive technology, cooking and exercise are aimed at helping students build skills or relearn skills that have been complicated by vision loss.

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