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A person is considered legally blind if they can’t see at six metres what someone with regular vision can see at 60 metres, or if their field of vision is less than 20 degrees in diameter.

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Organisations that can offer more information:

Blind Citizens Australia (BCA) logo

Blind Citizens Australia (BCA)

BCA is the united voice of Australians who are blind or vision impaired. BCA provides information, peer support, individual and systemic advocacy, and consultancy services. Whether you are blind, have a vision impairment, a family member or friend of a person who is blind or vision impaired, BCA is there to assist you.

Learn more by visiting the BCA website.

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