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Our recent survey during the coronavirus pandemic has revealed that many blind and partially sighted people feel less independent and more socially isolated than ever.
Difficulties in social distancing are adding to the stress many blind and partially sighted people are experiencing in getting access to basic shopping, a survey by the charity RNIB has found.
Our new research shows social distancing is near-impossible for many blind and partially sighted people.
Dr Gwyn Williams is a Consultant Ophthalmologist working at Swansea Bay University Health Board and the Royal College of Ophthalmology’s Welsh Regional Educational Advisor.
The coronavirus pandemic has been a confusing time for all of us at RNIB Cymru. But there is a silver lining.
During these unprecedented times, it is understandable that many people are worried about stepping foot inside a hospital.
Dan Thomas from Cardiff has some tips and tricks on staying active and well during the lockdown.
The coronavirus lockdown in Wales has a surprisingly chirpy bright side.
As Welsh Government, health officials and businesses grapple with the spread of coronavirus, the outbreak has highlighted the importance of effective and accessible communication for all.
Faye Jones, from Holyhead, is encouraging people with sight loss to stay connected during the coronavirus lockdown by joining RNIB Cymru telephone social groups.
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