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Patrons of Blackout may be in the dark about what they’re eating, but it’s an illuminating adventure.
Smartphone designed for the visually impaired by Project RAY features intuitive touch and voice navigation technology.
Dressés pour être les yeux de leurs maîtres, les chiens-guides permettent aux non-voyants
de retrouver confiance en eux-mêmes et de s’intégrer dans la société
Leib Krainess is launching Mind Theater, a modern take on the 1940s radio teleplay after his daughter went blind as a complication of lupus
By SAM SOKOL
Blind prawns are being bred at the Biblical Zoo
By KARIN KLOOSTERMAN
Beth David Deaf-Blind Center holds annual Purim fest in conjunction with Jerusalem’s Association of the Deaf in Israel.
By MARK REBACZ
The blind and visually impaired community in Israel includes approximately 200,000 people today.
By TAMAR BEERI
“Being disabled causes people to lose their self-confidence,” he explained. “The Erez Foundation gives it back to you.”
By PAMELA PELED
Nalaga’at, which means “please touch,” was initially the world’s only theater company exclusively for deaf-blind actors born primarily with Usher’s Syndrome.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
Starting January 1, 2018, an increase of NIS 1.7 million will be added to the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs budget in order to increase the monthly allowance.
By SARAH LEVI
Prior to arrival of some 7,000 haredi protestors at around 3 o’clock, individuals from all over the country peacefully protested outside of the Knesset to make their demands heard.
Drummer Dov Rosen blindfolds a collective of musicians in his improvisation project, the Blind Orchestra.
By JENNIFER GREENBERG
Na Laga’at’s show ‘Luna Park’ opens a window into the world of being deaf and blind.
By RACHEL MARDER
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