Accessibility Issues - 6:45
with Paul Schroeder of the American Foundation for the Blind
Posted Mar 01, 2016
According to the Centers for Disease Control's National Health Interview Survey, more than 20 million Americans are living with vision loss-- that's 10 percent of the adult population. Paul Schroeder, Vice President for Programs and Policy at the American Foundation for the Blind discusses continuing efforts to make the world a more accessible place for people with vision loss. Visit the American Foundation for the Blind on the web, Facebook or follow on Twitter.
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