Through the limits and beyond

NoisyVision is a non-profit organization that helps people share resources and skills to improve the quality of life and the inclusion of those who have visual or hearing limitations.

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Usher Syndrome

How I've learned to stop worrying and love my limits.

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Dario Sorgato speaker at USH Connections Conference, Philadelphia.

Attendees describe this conference as “life-changing,” an event with a positive atmosphere and a genuine sense of community. At the USH Connections Conference, you connect face-to-face with hundreds of people who “get it”, meet and network with others facing the same challenges, and learn the latest on developing treatments from leading USH researchers.
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#YellowTheWorld

How accessible are the cities and the places we live in? How could accessibility be improved? How difficult or easy is to travel in a given destination?
With the #YellowTheWorld map we collect stories of user experiences, to share best practices and help others to choose their travel destinations. Navigate the map, read other user experiences and tell us your story.
We care about you, we care about moving easily and safely. We want to #YellowTheWorld.

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The Visual Bucket List Foundation

Do you remember the story of Lizzy? She is the little girl from Ohio with Usher Syndrome that in 2016 was all over the news because she was able to meet Pope Francis, as one of her Bucket List wishes.

Movimento Lento

Movimento Lento is a Social Promotion Association that promotes “slow travel” as a lifestyle. Since 2011 they have been working throughout Italy to rediscover ancient routes and trace new routes.

La Girobussola Onlus

The association La Girobussola, born in Bologna in october 2013, promote mobility of people with visual disability, intended as an opportunity to live a complete experience of travel, meeting, dialogue and exchange with a community, outside of the mainstream tourist networks and organized “all inclusive” tours.

vEyes Onlus

The vEyes project was born on June 20th, 2012 in order to initially create an open hardware / software platform, on which to integrate “building blocks”, that are solutions based on wearable technologies that can support people with visual impairment in daily actions (reading a text on paper, moving about avoiding obstacles, accessing drug information leaflets or label information on food products, integrating and making accessible biomedical devices such as glucometers or sphygmomanometers, etc.).