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Professor Andrew Lotery outlines why registration rates for blindness are falling and exciting advances in eye health.
The world of eye medicine has seen many innovations over the years. Eye health expert Professor Rupert Bourne shares his highlights.
Chloe Tear Shares her thoughts on sunshine.
Claire Potter, 18, thought she’d never get to learn first aid because of her visual impairment. But she refused to take no for an answer and successfully became certified.
A new report shows that the design of fitness equipment used in many gyms is a barrier to people with sight loss taking part in exercise.
Connect member, Gerry Hird, reflects on his time as a Fell runner in the Yorkshire Moors.
Mark Winder, the CEO of Goalball UK, describes what it was like to play for the first time and why people with sight loss should get involved.
Geoff Smith has been visually impaired all his life, but he has found it increasingly difficult to get out and about due to random hazards appearing on his route.