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Low vision class

May 25, 2013
The Journal

Students attending a blindness and low-vision class Friday at Christ the King Lutheran Church in New Ulm are from left, Adeline Dickmeyer, Mervin Ingebritson and Angeline Anderl, all of New Ulm, instructor Jan Bailey, Rochester, instructor intern Monica Buboltz and Art Schulz, both of New Ulm. Not pictured, Jane Seifert, Juliet Sprenger, June Kramer and Leona Costello. Class discuss included different eye conditions, lighting, contrast, the definition of legal blindness, how legally-blind people all see differently, talking books, why shades are used, large-print calendars and other aides and devices, and how family and friends can be supportive.

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