Visual disorder has been suggested as having a brilliant have an effect on on an individual’s emotional well-being due to their visible deterioration (MarquèsBrocksopp, 2012; Popescu et al., 2012; Rebeiro et al., 2015) and reduced level of social activities (Nyman et al., 2010). People with this impairment will ride problem in recognising faces or unfamiliar things, or in seeing details and reading (Southwell, 2012). They have to be more attentive in their interplay with other human beings and the surrounding environment. These difficulties can also have an effect on their feelings and, consequently, reduce their participation in physical and social activities. It can lead to decreased ranges of outside mobility. This situation may also sooner or later region this group of children’s in danger of turning into socially excluded, thereby main to a further decline in their emotional well-being (Charles, 2007).