Glasses, once synonymous with a glamorous life, are being used to help people with disabilities communicate.
A study in the Journal of Occupational Therapy and Health found that glass-based communication devices (e.g. headsets) are effective for helping people with communication difficulties to understand their surroundings.
Glasses also can help reduce the chance of glasses getting caught in the face or eyes of a stranger.
This article is part of a series about the importance of social skills.
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