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Everyday at Henshaws we work with people with amazing stories. Stories that manage to surprise us, excite us and ultimately, inspire us.
The Henshaws blog tries to capture some of these by sharing stories and information from and for people living with sight loss and disability.
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It is now almost a year since Tessa graduated from Henshaws College. We caught up with her mum, Kate, to find out how she's doing.
Henshaws volunteer and Trustee Helen Brazier is back to share with us a typical morning on Henshaws’ information desk at Manchester Royal Eye Hospital.
Take a look at the accessible games out there and find out how possible it is for visually impaired and blind people to enjoy video games.
Sight loss can mask as dementia, and go undetected for years. We’ll guide you on how to spot the signs, and what to do next if you suspect that someone has sight loss.
Artist and Henshaws Arts & Crafts Centre workshop leader Shaeron Caton-Rose shares her experience of making art and how it can be of benefit to people living with a disability.
We sat down with Arthur and Joan, two people who live with Charles Bonnet Syndrome (CBS), and discussed their experiences and advice for coping with the condition.
Having a visual impairment doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy books! We’ve rounded up the best ways to access books when you’re blind or visually impaired.
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