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The differences between having some useful vision and not having any useful vision

By Jenny Having already been severely sight impaired, I’ve recently lost a significant amount of vision. There are things I can still do and some I almost took for granted that I cannot do now. There are other things I … Continue reading

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Jenny and other blind people are let down by bus companies

ITV West Country News interviewed our member with aniridia – Jenny – who says she frequently misses her stop because there are no automated stop announcements on buses. The charity Guide Dogs for the Blind is calling for audible announcements … Continue reading

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Protected: Jenny’s career – Part 4: Preparing for work

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Protected: Going to a work place party 2

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Protected: Jenny’s career – Part 3: First interview

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A&E – Aniridia & Emergency: The bad

One day sometime in December 2009, while studying at university, I was walking to town with my flatmate Hannah. I suddenly realised my vision had completely dropped. Everything was completely blurry and i couldn’t see anything clearly at all. All … Continue reading

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A&E – Aniridia & Emergency: The good

So you know we with aniridia just love to keep everyone on their toes and love to be unique and confuse poor medical staff?! Well here’s my latest adventure story … I was in the middle of a busy week … Continue reading

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Going to a work place party

Last Friday I attended an event organised and funded by the trustees of the charity I work for. The event was a 2 course dinner followed by a prize raffle and disco. The dress code was ‘dress to impress’. Before … Continue reading

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Protected: Jenny’s career – Part 2: Looking for work

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Protected: 5 girls and 4 guide dogs go to Bognor Regis

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