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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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We review three solutions to make typing on the iPhone easier: Siri and Dictation, the Bluetooth keyboard and FlickType, explaining how they work and their pros and cons.
We spoke to Richard recently about the dangers that diabetes can bring in terms of sight loss, his personal experience and how coming to Henshaws has helped him.
As well as helping others, volunteering has been shown to improve volunteers' wellbeing too. We asked a group of Henshaws regular volunteers about how and why they support us.
We explore two apps that connect a visually impaired user with a sighted volunteer, and Community Services Development Manager Mark shares with us his experience as a volunteer.
By supporting William to develop his communication and IT skills he was able to write an original story and bring it to life through stop motion animation. What an achievement!
Frank has attended Henshaws' Living with Sight Loss course and is a regular at our Tuesday group. He explains how Henshaws has helped him keep in touch with old friends!
Comedic writer and founder of the Gloucestershire Growlers VI Cricket team, Marc Gulwell, shares his experience of getting involved in local blind sport and what it's meant to him.
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