…Changes are due to neuroplasticity, which means that our brain can react and change in line with the environment it is interacting with. Therefore, the brain is able to rewire itself when visual information is not available.
With assistive technology, blind children learn skills quickly and can compete with sighted peers
A new study delves into the neurological changes in people with blindness. It demonstrates that losing one’s sight before the age of 3 causes long-term alterations and subsequent enhancements to the other senses.