By Chip Goehring, founder of the American Macular Degeneration Foundation I was 39 when I was told I might go blind. My ophthalmologist…
Blind people develop an enhanced sense of hearing, smell and touch as their brains "rewire" to compensate for their lack of sight, according to new researc
Making technology more accessible: OneNote, Project Torino and Copilot for Xbox One
As blind children depend more on technology to help them read, braille is seeming antiquated, with literacy rates at just 10 percent. So now, braille reading competitions are held to keep it in use.