RNIB lead Connector, Abbie, organised a MAC makeup masterclass. It aimed to help women with sight loss feel absolutely fabulous!
Inspired by a post on one of our Connect Community Facebook pages, a group of community members decided to take on the challenge of off-road driving.
If you have a disability that may not be immediately obvious but would appreciate support from staff in airports or supermarkets, then you may be interested to know there is a lanyard you can wear to signal this.
On May 11 Regent's Park played host to the first 5k fun run of its kind. Register your interest for Double Dash 2020.
Deb Wright contracted pleurisy and swine flu in 2009 which resulted in the loss of a significant part of her vision. She shares her story.
From the doctor's office to the playing field, Amanda Large talks about how losing her sight led her down a path she'd never imagined.
Connect member and Connect Radio presenter, Gary Moritz, tells us how he first got involved in art and how he hopes that more people with sight impairment will take up the artistic banner. Read Gary’s story.
Tony Giles has been globetrotting for more than 20 years and has been to some of the most inaccessible places on earth. As a man who is totally blind and partially deaf, his solo adventures have captivated the world’s media.
Connect member, Audrey Ruffle shares her story about making the most out of a bad travel situation.