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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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If you’re disabled or have a physical or mental health condition that makes it hard for you to do your job, Access to Work is there to support you.
We catch up with Aimee who won a Pearson Teaching Award for Excellence in Special Needs Education and is the programme leader for our specialist autism team.
We take a trip to Bolton Museum and it's new Egyptian Gallery. How accessible is it to visually impaired visitors?
Ally happens to be registered severely sight impaired. He loves music and loves to take on new challenges. Find out how he found the opportunity to combine the two.
Francesca started losing her sight 12 years ago but that hasn't stopped her taking on new challenges like 'Lakes in a Day', a 50 mile ultra run through the fells.
We meet some of our Art Makers to discover the benefits of creating art for people with disabilities and learn practical tips we can all use to make art accessible for everyone.
Andrew, a student at Henshaws Specialist College, is one of just over 100 people in the world to have been diagnosed with PACS1 syndrome. Linda, Andrew’s mum, shares his story.
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