By Matthew Hanna
Trenton Roland is a legally blind man who was born with a condition called retinitis pigmentosa. However, Trenton was not diagnosed with the condition until he was 10 years old.
Trenton’s daily life is just like any others. He goes to school at Western Michigan University, has a wife and a cat, and enjoys hunting.
Having spent his whole life with his condition, Trenton, has adapted both physically and mentally to life and all of its shortcomings for those who are legally blind, or suffer from other disabilities.
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