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Low vision accommodations for print materials

A quick bulleted list of the accommodations for print materials I received as a high school student with low vision.

While attending Virginia public schools, I had three different types of disability accommodations that I received over the years, including a Student Assistance Plan (SAP), a 504 Plan, and an Individualized Education Program (IEP). My disability accommodations evolved with me as my vision changed over time, and my vision loss has continued to progress since I graduated high school. However, I often get questions from people asking what my low vision accommodations for print materials looked like in different high school classes, so I’ve created this post to give a quick summary of what printed materials looked like for each of my classes, along with related links for further reading. Please note that these are not the accommodations or font sizes that I currently use.


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By Veronica Lewis/Veronica With Four Eyes,

Updated July 2023; original post published February 2017

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