1. third-person singular perfect active indicative of cōnspiciō
1. I watch, look at, gaze, stare.
2. I notice, catch sight of.
Visually impaired persons such as those individuals with complete blindness or low vision meet many different daily challenges (technology, socially and environmental). Often these people are dependent on guide dogs (which on its own has its limitations) or on another person.
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