So, this isn’t a terribly easy blog to write, but one, I want to draw attention and awareness to. Sight Loss and Depression For quite some months now, my mood has been pretty low, because of my perception of what sight loss has done and means to my existence. My mind hasn’t been inContinue reading Sight Loss – Loosing my Mind – Charles Bonnet Syndrome
Sight loss and struggles go hand in hand. Here I try to give you a glimpse my struggles and thoughts and hope this helps some and informs others
Benefits Concessions for the Blind and Visually Impaired You may be entitled to some or all of the following benefits if you are visually impaired. When someone is diagnosed with a visual impairment, it is a very daunting, and often life changing situation. Performing everyday tasks that we once took for granted, suddenly become veryContinue reading Benefits and Concessions for the Blind and Visually Impaired
I was recently invited to visit Guide Dogs UK National Breeding Centre – Warwickshire. I hope you find my write up of interest and realise just what such an amazing life changing gift a Guide dog is to Blind and Visually impaired people such as myself. I would love to hear your thoughts
Sight Loss and Mental Health So….. I haven’t posted any blog updates for quite some time, Many reasons for this, some of which were: Me blogging about sight loss and how I feel – does it actually matter to anyone else but me? I haven’t got anything to say that hasn’t already been said inContinue reading Sight Loss and Mental Health
Around 97% of blind/visually impaired people do have SOME residual vision. therefore, these people, can actually use technology such as phones and computers. It is sad that some people see this as the visually impaired person is faking blindness
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People can be so amazing when they need to be, and the kindness they show make you realise that The World isn all bad! This is an account of my day and the wonderful people I met along the way
Travelling on public transport with a visual impairment, for me so far has been a very positive experience, much better than I ever expected. Yes, there has been the odd let down, but thats life. I am very thankful to Public Transport Staff for their amazing assistance.
People often think that I am being rude. Seriously (most of the time) I really am not – I just cannot see you