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Our Enablement Officer for the borough of Tameside, Greater Manchester, talks about her day-to-day duties supporting people living with sight loss in the local area.
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.
The response by charity staff in Greater Manchester to the Covid-19 pandemic and changes to the service delivery model to meet the needs of the sight loss community.
Tips to keep children with sight loss active at home, through sports and activities that can be done in the house or garden.
The Covid-19 outbreak has had a significant impact on the way we live our lives, so we consider ways to look after your mental health at this challenging time.
Our Senior Rehabilitation Officer, Simon Merrills, shares his top tips for helping a visually impaired person with their shopping, especially during the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown.
Getting connected with family and keeping informed has never been as important as it is during the Covid-19 lockdown. Read our blog about the technology that can help.
Hear from the founder of Esme's Umbrella, a charity who support people living with Charles Bonnet Syndrome (CBS) - a condition in which people with sight loss have hallucinations.
Families, friends and special guests joined staff and students for a day of celebration at our graduation ceremony at our Specialist College in Harrogate.
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.
Aaron has complex needs. Rather than speech, we use TACPAC - a fantastic approach using touch and music to help communication and social skills.
Families, friends and special guests joined staff and students for a day of celebration at our 2018 graduation ceremony at our Specialist College in Harrogate.
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.
Read about Caroline, Sam and Alyson who took on a 180 mile running challenge to raise money in aid of Henshaws' 180th anniversary.
It’s hard to give your child to someone else – it’s a guilty feeling, but I don’t know what I would have done without Henshaws.
Our Museums and Galleries Group has supported Manchester Museum in the development of award winning 3D technologies.
We would like to say a huge thank you to all of our performers, guests and volunteers for making Henshaws Christmas Concert 2017 such a festive success.
Mulled wine, mice pies and many wonderful performances, Carols by Candlelight was the perfect way to start the run up to Christmas
Rory Hoy, a talented DJ and producer from Knaresborough, has joined Henshaws as our new celebrity ambassador.
Read about how Lena, our Research Intern found her time at Henshaws and discover some of the fascinating stories she unearthed while conducting her research
We spoke to Kyle, a graduate from Henshaws Skillstep course who is an avid gamer about how his visual impairment affects the way he plays video games.
Read our top tips for making your business accessible. By following our 7 tips, your place of work can be accessible for all.
Read our 10 things you don't know about Henshaws to discover more about the support we offer as well as how you can help us through fundraising and more.
Nic, Disability Support Officer shares her top tips for promoting independent travel for people with disabilities.
"I’ve learnt so much with Henshaws, but I’m really excited to share with you one of the biggest achievements I’ve made – travelling on my own from Yorkshire to Scotland!"
Support worker Bill shared with me his approach to supporting Andrew, and how sometimes it can be best not to help…
Tom is our very own IT Technician at Henshaws in Manchester, and we’ve adapted his blog entry on the accessibility of Windows 10 into our ‘Top 10 Tips’.
Our physiotherapist Lee at Henshaws College shares an insight into his role and how he's making a real difference to young people with disabilities.
Henshaws Community Services attendee Paul tells us his story of how blind football has changed his life.
How do you communicate when you are deafblind? How do you communicate with someone who is deafblind? For Jon and Shirley, the answer is… through art.
Andrew Rose gives his top tips on how to travel independently travelling by bus with sight loss
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