Think all vision issues are eye-related? Unlike traditional blindness, CVI (Cortical Visual Impairment) stems from brain-related challenges, not eye problems. It's a lesser-known type of visual impairment, making it often overlooked. CVI isn't caused by problems with the eyes; instead, it results from damage to the brain's visual pathways or visual processing areas. In many ways, CVI represents a 'new' frontier in understanding blindness.
Shockingly, many CVI cases go undiagnosed. Let's shed light on CVI. Share this post to spread awareness and support those with this unique condition.
Conjunctivitis, often called "pink eye," is a common eye infection that can be caused by viruses, bacteria, or allergens. It's highly contagious, so prevention is key. This eye infection is doing the rounds this season - so be aware and be safe!
Here's what you need to know: 1. Hand Hygiene 2. Avoid Touching Your Eyes 3. Avoid Sharing Personal Items 4. Allergen Management 5. Eye Protection
Your acts of charity have the potential to multiply, bringing blessings not just in this life but in the hereafter. Use this blessed day as a catalyst to cultivate a heart brimming with compassion and empathy. Extend kindness to all, for it's through our actions that we truly embody the teachings of Islam. ... See MoreSee Less
The Qur'an encourages believers to view their acts of charity as a loan to Allah, with the promise of manifold rewards. It invites us to give selflessly, knowing that our generosity will be multiplied. ... See MoreSee Less
Blindness fosters extraordinary talents, heightened senses, and innovative problem-solving skills. It's a reminder that the human spirit is not defined by physical abilities but by determination, adaptability, and an unwavering belief in one's potential.
Visit of Dr. Asifa Kamal – Chairperson Department of Statistics, Lahore College for Women University along with the faculty members; visited programme sites, met the beneficiaries and praised the services available for the blind students of Aziz Jehan Begum Trust Institute for the Blind. ... See MoreSee Less
AJBT was founded to honor a wish of the late Aziz Jehan Begum, who began losing her sight to retinitis pigmentosa in her youth. Her blindness created the vision for Aziz Jehan Begum Trust and Institute.