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The Crisis of Vision Loss and Blindness in Canada

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The Canadian Council of the Blind in collaboration with Fighting Blindness Canada presents this year’s Vision campaign which aims to address ‘The Crisis of Vision Loss and Blindness in Canada’.

The Cost of Vision Loss and Blindness in Canada

The high costs and growing prevalence of vision loss in Canada are concerning since it’s estimated that 75 percent of vision loss is either preventable or treatable.

AMI Hosts Virtual Event for Blind and Partially-Sighted Community

AMI Connect, fully accessible to the blind and partially-sighted community, will showcase the company’s talent on AMI-tv, AMI-audio, and its podcasts.

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Ramya Amuthan and Kelly MacDonald, co-hosts of AMI-audio’s Kelly and Company

Diabetes Canada Alerts Canadians About Vision Loss in People with Diabetes

It’s been 100 years since the discovery of insulin. While the discovery has improved the health of people with diabetes, it isn’t a cure.

Accessible Technology: A Future for Canadians with Vision Loss

For a long time, accessible and assistive devices were unwieldy, specialized things that were attainable by only a select few. That now seems to be changing.

The COVID-19 Ripple Effect: Missed or Delayed Retinal Care

The health threats of COVID-19 go far beyond themselves, resulting in the disruption of unrelated medical care for those with age-related macular degeneration.

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