Kris’s Blog – My trip on the Lord Nelson

Kris’s Blog – My trip on the Lord Nelson

Today we have a guest blogger, Kris Gibson, who is a member at Southampton Sight and is visually impaired. I‘d be the first to admit that, when offered the opportunity to join the crew of the tall ship Lord Nelson by the good folks at Southampton Sight and the Jubilee...
Free Music Workshop – Friday 12th July

Free Music Workshop – Friday 12th July

Inner Vision Orchestra is the UK’s only Professional Blind Orchestra. Baluji Shrivastav, OBE who leads the orchestra has offered to run a workshop at our centre on Friday 12 July. The music of Inner Vision Orchestra moves between songs from Iran, Lebanon,...
Sight Loss Frequently Asked Questions

Sight Loss Frequently Asked Questions

Over the past 12 months a group of national charities have collaborated to create the Sight Advice FAQ Portal: a one-stop-shop for sight loss related questions.  The portal is an information hub featuring frequently asked questions aimed to save you time when looking...
Thank you Laura

Thank you Laura

Thank you Laura for providing the musical entertainment at the Southampton Sight 120th Celebration Event at Rownhams...
Shared Spaces

Shared Spaces

Many of you that have been following Kate’s On the Road blog will know how frustrated she is about ‘shared spaces’ and the effect on her day to day life. When you do not have sight loss, and don’t have to rely on tactile paving or a sighted person to help you navigate...
Life As A Visually Impaired Single Mum

Life As A Visually Impaired Single Mum

Becoming a mother for the first time is already a challenge within itself. However, being a visually impaired single mum is a completely different world. As visually impaired people; we complete day to day tasks in our own unique ways. This is the same with being a...

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