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Ten members from the Cardiff Institute for the Blind have travelled by train to Barry as part of a familiarisation trip organised by Arriva Trains Wales (ATW).
The visit was arranged as part of the train company's 'Passenger Assist' programme, which aims to help raise awareness of the help available to anyone with a disability or who might require additional support during their train journey.
On World Diabetes Day, the Welsh Government has launched a new campaign to encourage people with diabetes to take extra care of their eye health.
People in Wales who are deaf, have hearing loss, are blind or partially sighted are being urged to tell doctors and nurses about their communication needs when they go to hospital or the GP.
November is Sensory Loss Awareness Month in Wales, and Local Health Boards, NHS Trusts and charities have teamed up to work on the It Makes Sense campaign to raise awareness of the rights of patients when being treated in hospitals, GP surgeries and other healthcare services.
Wales’ largest sight loss charity RNIB Cymru is set to mark the centenary of one of the country’s best-loved children’s authors by turning his books into Welsh language Talking Books with an event in Cardiff’s National Museum on Tuesday 8 November 2016.
Tenants at Alltwen, a housing scheme for people aged 55 years and above, can now live independently for longer thanks to major design changes to support sight loss.
Following innovative modifications inside and outside the development in Abernant near Aberdare, Newydd Housing Association have received the RNIB Cymru’s Visibly Better Platinum Award for the work carried out at Alltwen to help people with sight loss remain in their homes for longer.