A round-up of all the latest opportunities for you to get more involved and share your personal experiences to things such a research, surveys, petitions, projects and much more.
Daisy and Mervin, both in their 90s, are childhood sweethearts. Daisy was diagnosed with glaucoma at the age of 38 and last year lost her sight completely. They share how their love for one-another has helped them cope with sight loss together.
Meagan Houle, author of the blog Where’s Your Dog?, talks about an infuriating and patronising line often used by sighted people: “If a blind person can do it, what’s your excuse?”
You may have seen English TV presenter Richard Osmon’s recent Tweet about his unfortunate encounter with some handlebars. Well we’ve brought together of the best replies that you may relate to…
Quite often the general public do not understand how sight loss affects a person’s vision. Leah Caplan took part in RNIB’s How I See campaign which shows how people's experience of sight loss can vary greatly. Here, Leah highlights her rare situation.
Last year, the University of Warwick bestowed Fred and Etta Reid a joint honorary degree for their services to the blind and partially sighted community.
In December 2017, RNIB hosted the second Vision Pioneer Awards to celebrate the hard work and dedication of eye health and sight loss sector professionals. This year Connect community members nominates the professionals who have made a big impact on their life for the Voice of the Community award
Sally Harvey was officially appointed RNIB’s new Chief Executive back in October 2017. Dale Milligan from Connect magazine met with Sally, to help you get to know her better.
Submit an application for a Holman Prize and you could win US$25,000 to help you achieve your dreams.