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The History and Future of Low Vision Services in the United States — JVIB Abstract

Abstract: This article discusses the history of low vision services in the United States. The field began to gain momentum as the term low vision was conceptualized and coined, and this momentum is rapidly increasing with changes in the demographics of visual impairment.


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