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When Amy was 28, doctors diagnosed me with Retinitis Pigmentosa (RP)–a degenerative eye-disease resulting in blindness. Later, she learned that diagnosis was part of an even rarer disorder called Usher Syndrome, the leading cause of deaf blindness. She was losing both. Always drawn to foreign cultures, Amy taught English as a Second Language (ESL). She also wrote avidly about my experiences in Latin America, the Far East and the Middle East. Amy never dreamed God was honing her skills and preparing her to educate others about vision loss when she could no longer teach in the classroom. Today Amy am an author, blogger, speaker, and continues to educate others through her books and talks in spite of her vision and hearing loss. She a Low Vision Motivator with High Expectations. While she features other cultures in her writing, Amy also focus on how God has taken her life on adventures of faith through her losses right here at home. Amy speaks about a bright future no matter how dark it physically becomes. Find her: https://amybovaird.com/ Recorded: 5/31/19

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