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visual aids

Optical devices, often of a telescopic type, used by the visually handicapped to assist vision. Also known as low visual aids.
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At the Social Services Department (SSD) of the Shajah Government stand, counselors are providing visual aids and presentation to teach students various situations on how to avoid being abused.
Studies have shown that education programmes, be they web-based or using interventions like a visual aid, can improve the estimation of blood loss and subsequently improve clinical judgement and intervention.
This is why, for the second year running, we're holding a macular degeneration awareness day for local people with the condition - and their relatives - to come along and try out new visual aids, learn new techniques to make the best use of their eyesight and find out about various local support groups and charities.
Fifteen children with mild mental retardation were randomly allocated to receive either an 8-week intervention of the learning program with visual aids (n = 6) and learning program only (n = 5).
ADB SAFEGATE will also supply and commission all visual aids including transistor regulators, transformers, approach solutions (flashers, PAPI, approach lighting), energy efficient power solutions and mounting equipment.
Does your visual aid enhance your presentation and engage your audience?
Therefore, this study is designed to investigate the effects of using visual aids on teaching volleyball skills to physical education students at the Hashemite University in Jordan.
Fifty patients with low vision who attended the low vision clinic were examined for low visual aids acceptance and improvement of acuity, fields or ability to carry out their daily activities.
He uses the same way of telling stories with visual aids in his latest show, Dave Gorman Gets Straight to the Point (the PowerPoint), which plays War- Warwick Arts Centre in Coventry.
[3] Lectures are often supported by audio visual aids by emphasizing key points on an black board or white board, the projection of written or printed matter on transparencies via an overhead projector (OHP) or increasingly nowadays via a computer based system, notably Microsoft power point application.
Further deterioration in his vision left him legally blind even though he was able to read with the help of visual aids.
Childbirth education topics should be explained in simple language and illustrated with concrete visual aids. Visual images accompanied by short explanations are helpful in explaining processes that are difficult to describe (Cook, 2011), such as cervical dilation.