When Sheila Townsend asked for a letter to be sent to her in large print, she didn’t realise it would take two years and support from RNIB to make it happen.
Over the years, RNIB alongside people with sight loss have campaigned tirelessly to bring about positive change. Here are some of the highlights.
Jill Allen-King, who has campaigned tirelessly on behalf of blind and partially sighted people for decades, shares some of her successes.
Research has revealed that benefits and minimum wages often don’t provide blind and partially sighted people with the extra income they need.
Following the release of the polymer £5 note last September, the new £10 note that’s being released tomorrow is the most accessible yet.
Simon Chandler from Choose, a price comparison website, reveals the results.
A member shares his experiences with applying for Personal Independence Payments (PIP) and how he made sure his application would be successful.
Connect community member Deanne O'Connor, who is deafblind, talks about her experiences with discrimination and offers advice on where to go for help.
NatWest has launched the first credit card in the UK which is designed for blind and partially sighted people.