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Deanne shares her experiences of losing her sight whilst being deaf and provides guidelines for others going through the same experience to follow.
Jane shares her very honest experiences of how her social life has changed after losing her sight and how she has had to adapt to these changes.
Hazel has previously written about her experience of losing her sight age 48. She returns to tell readers what life is like living on the other side of the fence, interacting with the outside world.
Pokémon Go is the new smartphone game that everyone’s talking about. However, it's difficult for blind and partially sighted people to join in on the fun, as Pokemon fan Jesse explains.
Tess Wareing reflects on how her friends and family supported her when losing her sight...
Tess Wareing reflects on the challenges she faced when losing her sight; including adapting to a new vocabulary…
Genie the guide dog, talks about his friends and what they get up to!
Holly provides a handy guide on how to make the most of your university experience as a blind student.
Hello I’m Genie, I'm a guide dog who has a new mum. I'd like to tell you what a day in the life of a guide dog is really like!
Hazel wrote earlier about losing her sight after a stroke, and returns to discuss how she's learning to adapt to her sight loss after attending one of our courses.
Helen Mathias, a partially sighted RNIB member representative from Gloucestershire recently shared her experience of inaccessible health information with us.
This month we look at the possibilities of driverless cars, ways you can improve the accessibility of your android and the latest updates from Facebook.
Losing your sight can be difficult but when you combine the loss with autism, it can make things even harder. Jonathan talks about how autism affected his life before being diagnosed with sight loss.
Twitter announced this week that they've added the ability for users to include ALT text onto images uploaded via their Android and iOS apps.
Holly talks about her experience as a blind student and volunteering for Action and RNIB.
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