The Miami Dolphins are helping to make the holiday’s life-changing for some South Floridians living with blindness.
A unique partnership has made it all possible.
Four people who are blind or visually impaired have help reading and recognizing faces.
The Miami Dolphins’ Football Unites program, the Israeli Consulate in Miami, and Miami Lighthouse for the Blind partnered to give out the early holiday gifts.
Sebastian Torres has been adjusting to a loss of his vision over the last three years because of complications from diabetes.
“It has definitely been, you know, it’s not easy. It has been a little bit of a struggle,” Torres said.
Monday, Torres and three others were given OrCam Technologies devices.To the full article