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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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Find out about Fitness Coach by Jumpy Cat, an accessible app for creating personalised workouts.
Mark, a qualified Sports Therapist, discusses some tips and techniques for 10 stretching exercises you can do at home, to support your health and wellbeing.
Mindfulness can foster wellbeing, improve self-confidence and self-esteem, and provide coping mechanisms, which has proved to be beneficial to children with a visual impairment.
Tips to keep children with sight loss active at home, through sports and activities that can be done in the house or garden.
We spoke to Dave Mulligan, a Henshaws service user who has sight loss to find out why he is taking on a 900 mile walk along the length of Britain, fundraising for Henshaws.
The benefits of regular exercise are well documented, and thousands of people attend the weekly 5km Saturday parkruns across the country. What's it like for VIPs and their guides?
As the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup gets underway in England, we turn our minds to what's on offer specifically for visually impaired cricketers.
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