VI

(redirected from visual impairment)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Wikipedia.
AcronymDefinition
VIVirgin Islands (US postal abbreviation)
VIVisitor
VIVicenza (Veneto, Italy)
VISee Below (from Latin: Vide Infra)
VIVictoria (Australia)
VIVancouver Island (Canada)
VIVisual Inspection
VIVoltage Current
VIVisual Impairment
VIVisual Information
VIVested Interest
VIVillage Inn (restaurant)
VIVijay Iyer (Indian musician)
VIVirtual Instrument
VIVolume Index (compression)
VIViscosity Index
VIVolcanic Island
VIVolume Indicator
VIVillage Idiot
VIVisual Interface
VIVisual Editor (Unix text editor)
VIVirtual Interface
VIVendor Information
VIVoluntary Initiative (UK)
VIVibration Institute
VIVictoria Institution (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
VIVashon Island (Washington)
VIVision Interface
VIVegetation Index
VIVide Infra (Latin)
VIVerb Intransitive
VIVentriculo Izquierdo (Spanish: Left Ventricle)
VIVulnerability Index (human welfare assessment)
VIVertical Interval
VIVehicle Integration
VIVariable Investment
VIVerant Interactive (video game company)
VIVeterans Industries
VIVariability Index
VIVolontaire International (French: International Volunteer)
VIVertical Incidence
VIInternal Velocity
VIValid Interrupt
VIValidity Interval
VIVerification Infrastructure
VIVoluntary Indefinite (military term of service category)
VIVinegar Institute
VIVector Identifier
VIVulpine Imperium (online club)
VIViolent Ideation
VIVent Isolation
VIVermiculite Institute
VIVoices Intact
VIVala Industries (Portugal)
VIHeading to A Course Intercept
VIVoiceband Information
VICritical Engine Failure Velocity (takeoff decision speed)
References in periodicals archive ?
The Global Assistive Technologies Devices for Visual Impairment Market report dives deep into the market and garners the slimmest of information to provide the most comprehensive findings and insights.
The new law seeks to provide immediate attention to visually-impaired kindergarten pupils as well as aid in continuing research on visual impairment among children.
Ultimately, the goal is to empower individuals without training to help identify children that may have visual impairments in order to help them access treatment sooner.
Persons with visual impairment are different in their characteristics, behaviors, needs and activities from sighted individuals.
Some visual impairments are due to genetics or age and are unpreventable.
The limitation of the eye(s) or visual system, due to a disease or disorder that may reduce a one's ability to perform his daily routine activities is referred to as "visual impairment".1 When there is no light perception at all, the condition is referred to as "total blindness".
Noor Dubai's success has qualified it to become a member of the International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness, the global body of more than 125 organisations with the mission of eliminating the main causes of preventable blindness and visual impairment.
The students with visual impairment are characterized with inability to use traditional print materials and as such they are forced to locate alternative means of accessing academic information.
"Given that much of the visual impairment is either preventable or correctable, it is imperative for us to provide interventions to reduce the burden of visual impairment," he emphasised.
The third practice contribution, a Practice Perspective entitled "Family-Centered Early Interventions Through Matrix Session Planning," by Mindy Ely, Kateri Gullifor, and Tara Hollinshead, focuses on how early intervention professionals working with young children with visual impairments can involve family members in the intervention process.
Full browser ?