visually impaired

Wellbeing & Fitness

England blind footballer and entrepreneur Azeem Amir

We speak to blind footballer and entrepreneur Azeem Amir about how he got into playing football professionally and starting his…

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Lifestyle

Do all blind people think the same?

We share a post from blogger Nanijab answering common questions blind and visually impaired people are often asked,

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Lifestyle

Finding the balance between sharing the positivity and reality as a disabled person

Holly, a visually impaired blogger, examines how she finds the balance between sharing the positivity and reality as a disabled…

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Assistive Tech & Products

Kellogg’s to roll out cereal boxes with world-first technology for blind and visually impaired people

Kellogg’s has announced that a new world-first technology will be added to its cereal boxes to make them accessible to…

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Assistive Tech & Products

Ramble Tag guidance aid co-creator Tom Forsyth speaks to Disability Horizons

We speak to Tom Forsyth, co-creator of the Ramble Tag guidance aid, which you can purchase on the Disability Horizons…

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Lifestyle

Amar Latif: entrepreneur, TV personality and first blind Masterchef contestant

Amar Latif is a blind entrepreneur who founded his own travel company, Traveleyes, and this year appeared as the first…

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Lifestyle

Using social media to share my experiences of having a visual impairment

Luke, who is visually impaired, shares his experiences as a blogger, showcasing how the wide range of social media platforms…

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Wellbeing & Fitness

Living with acute retinal necrosis: what it means for me

Emma Purcell, who is registered blind, details how her visual impairment, caused by acute retinal necrosis, affects her and her…

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Lifestyle

Being blind doesn’t mean you can’t be fashionable

Clare Beetham, who is blind, breaks myths around visually impaired people not being fashionable, and how the fashion industry needs…

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Relationships & Sex

Thinking outside of the box if you’re disabled can make your sex life explosive

Being disabled doesn't mean you shouldn't be able to enjoy sex. In fact, because it often means thinking outside the…

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