10% of vision-impaired people hallucinate

Neurologist Oliver Sacks explains Charles Bonnet syndrome, a type of visual hallucination that affects 10% of visually impaired people. Most are afraid to mention it lest others think they’re crazy. About 10% of hearing-impaired people get auditory hallucinations for similar neurological reasons. If you work with clients, or have vision or hearing issues, you should know about this.

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