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Henshaws Sep 12
📱 Smartphone apps are an amazing solution to enable a person to be more independent. Read our blog post in which we review Eye-D, which allows you to get information about your location, recognise objects and recognise text:
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Chris Thorley Sep 10
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Lucy Williams 🚀 Apr 12
There's so many easy things employers/ event organisers/ universities can put in place to make spaces accessible to us folk 😎👁️ I tried to summarise a few here, bearing in mind that everyone's needs are personal.
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Villareal Elementary Sep 13
Paul Escobar and Izzy the beautiful Golden Retriever are a dynamic visually impaired team that volunteer their time to help a second grade student who is also visually impaired. Thank you to this team.
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Mary Kitzinger Trust May 9
New paper out on how the Developmental Journal for babies and young children with visual impairment can influence development of children who are
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Disability Services - University of Leeds Jul 23
Any or students who are willing to have a chat with a new starter looking for tips on navigating/independence? DM us or email disability@leeds.ac.uk if you can help :)
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Adam Danyal Jul 22
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DIXIE DITCHFIELD🐾🐾 Sep 13
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Lucy Williams 🚀 May 17
Well this might be one of the most relatable tweets ever! Planning and managing what I needed to be able to access my course as a student took an extortionate amount of time away from studying/ socialising.
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LOOK-UK Sep 4
, 18-35 and looking for a volunteering opportunity that will boost your CV and make a real difference to blind young people? We’re training up new mentors on 1-3 November in Buxton. For a chance to take part, apply by Friday 06 Sept:
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Nicholas Rider Aug 5
Victorian shopping centre assists with via
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Kaisha - The Writing Garnet (TWG) Sep 2
I think this is something to be mindful of for the on social media. Alt Text, What Is It? & How Do I Use It Properly? via
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Living Through The Life of Ibz Aug 29
Support my first youtube video by dming me any questions you have regarding my life as a blind person. Please RT X
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Michelle Hough Aug 8
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Jeremy Bowen Jul 12
Another great opportunity for 16-24 year olds from
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Drake Music Jul 2
Are you a Visually Impaired musician? We have two opportunities for VI musicians who live/work in Greater London to apply for our paid Music Facilitator training programme:
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Sightless Fun May 6
It's time for the second monthly AMA about playing blind. Ask me anything about blindness and board games!
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Tynesound News 19h
If you're at a loose end this weekend you could take a listen to the current edition of Tynesound Magazine. It's FREE to listen here: ) No catches, no hidden anything. Try us. You'll like what you hear.
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VIPA UK 21h
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Yogi & Alun Sep 13
Yogi and I had a great time on Wednesday at the innovation workshop Talking about the potential of a future world without barriers for the
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